6 financially savvy habits to start with a new job

6 financially savvy habits to start with a new job

Be financially savvy when starting your new job   You’ve successfully landed your ideal job and are about to embark on a new phase of your career. It’s an exciting time! Sadly, many women make some key errors because they have not finessed as many financially...
How to respond to “what are your salary expectations?”

How to respond to “what are your salary expectations?”

Have you prepared a reply for the question “what are you salary expectations?”   You will almost certainly be asked at some point in the recruitment process “So, what are your salary expectations?” It’s an important piece of data for the recruiter and...
Gender and Personal Debt – Another Gap

Gender and Personal Debt – Another Gap

How the pay gap affects personal debt Personal debt can affect anyone and it’s on the rise. Could the pay gap and career start-up costs be having a greater impact on women? Are we bearing the brunt and being hit worse by stress? What signs can we look for in our...
Why when you go into business alone, ‘cost ‘ can be the hardest word

Why when you go into business alone, ‘cost ‘ can be the hardest word

How cost can stop you in your tracks It can’t just be me, can it? Generally speaking in life I’m pretty vocal. On politics, fairly opinionated. On subjects that I love (the kids, ballet, cooking) you can’t really stop me. And when talking about writing, marketing or...
Smart negotiation tips for every career stage

Smart negotiation tips for every career stage

Every career stage requires some negotiation Whether you are buying a house or starting a new job, negotiation skills are important to us all in every aspect of our lives. Each career stage will have different priorities, but it’s important to keep these skills...

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