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Childcare, Paternity Leave and Politics

In the first of a new series examining the ‘future of work’, I wanted to explore what the various political parties are planning to do to ease the burden of childcare as well as leveling the working playing field between men and women – especially as the election clock is tick-tocking with increasing rapidity towards polling day on May 7th 2015... [btnhold]READ MORE[/btnhold]

 

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Author: Alice Weightman

As Founder and CEO, Alice established Hanson Search in 2002 and has since gained a reputation as one of the leading search professionals in senior appointments across communications, developing an incredible network globally.

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