Why moving ‘sideways’ and keeping options broad can be good for career

Success often means moving upwards, but what if expanding your skills by moving sideways was the real key to career progression? Like many working mothers I followed the ‘Lean In’ debate, although I quickly grew tired of the predictable career/children balance headlines. Given that Sheryl Sandberg has already made three fairly unconventional career moves, I […]


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Government ‘failing to get enough homes built’

Number of completed homes in 2011 less than half what government admits is required annually to meet demand Ministers are failing to tackle the housing crisis and not enough new homes are being built, leading to rising rental levels and growing homelessness and overcrowding, according to a report by leading housing experts. The report by […]


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Tenants being priced out to make way for Olympic lets

London agents and landlords look to cash in on Olympics, leaving tenants facing rent hikes Tenants in London are being priced out of their homes because their landlords are hiking up their rent during the Olympics and Paralympics. Properties are being advertised for rent for as much as £100,000 a week over the Olympic period […]


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