Women commonly encounter financial hurdles men don’t – underscoring the need for sound, longer-term savings strategies.
We believe wellbeing in the workplace means creating an environment where people are safe, healthy and happy. Remote working has contributed to the increase in concerns around mental health at work and employers should be aware of their legal obligations to look after mental and physical health too.
Many advisers are male and therefore I receive lots of enquiries from clients and other professionals if they require the ‘female touch’. In recognition of this, I have just won the title of Financial Adviser of the Year 2020 (South East) in the Women in Financial Advice Awards, which was a huge honour.
We provide a unique combination of employment law, HR consultancy, health and safety, corporate employee wellbeing programmes and mediation services to ensure clients have access to a range of services from a single trusted partner.
We take a look at the charities we worked with in 2020 and we extend a thanks to all those that supported our very worthy causes.
I’m sure the year 2020 will be forever remembered in history. We hope to carry on surviving whatever the next few months may bring for us and come through this even stronger on the other side.
Now is a great time to appreciate our health, our friends and family, and our continued business endeavours – we have all made it through an incredibly tough year and should be proud of our ability to cope with all that has been thrown at us.
Lara Squires, Director of Consortium Marketing talks with Doug McPherson from 10½ Boots about how to get started and, more importantly, how to get the best results from virtual networking.
“Women’s only networking is a really good starting platform, we have lots of ladies coming to our (Ladies Lunch Clubs) events who have never been to a Networking Event before”. – Lara Squires
Virtual networking is here to stay until there is a Covid-19 vaccine, Lara Squires covers the top 3 networking tools she has used recently.
The skin is the largest organ of the body and is there to protect us and our inner organs. Because it is the outer organ, it is the most visible and when the skin is compromised it affects us both physically and mentally.
Elin is a recent law graduate from the University of Bristol. She joins the team as a legal secretary.