Female workplace leaders sometimes find themselves tagged as 'bitchy bosses', especially if they’re high-achievers. Lawrence Polsky, managing partner at consulting firm PeopleNRG, shares his strategies for ditching the 'bitch' epithet.
It’s hard to be just another part of the team if everyone’s watching what they say around you, but when it comes down to it, that is part of HR's job.
With the demand for flexible working on the rise, temporary roles can be a way to get the skilled workers you need into your organisation. They’re also a great talent pool for full time vacancies.
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