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It’s estimated that the average person is exposed to between 4000-100,000 media messages per day. So how can you cut through the noise and get through to your customers? The answer is all in the branding...

52 years after the Equal Pay Act made it illegal to pay men and women differently for the same work in the UK, on average, women still earn 10% less than men. So what can you do to close the gender pay gap in your organisations?...

A Care Manager is responsible for the daily operation of a care setting and ensuring the service provided meets national care standards. This includes managing and recruiting staff and managing budgets. Here are the signs you’d make a good care manager...