• In Depth

    74% of professionals demand a second Brexit vote

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    New research has discovered that 74 per cent of professionals now seek a second Brexit referendum, following Prime Minister Theresa May’s vote of no confidence.  On Wednesday, December 12, Prime Minister Theresa May faced a vote of no confidence within her own Conservative party. This had the potential to make May resign and for the party […]

    Abbey Clancy on what inspires her and her top pieces of career advice

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    “Have patience, if you believe in yourself you should never give up,” said Clancy. Following the debut of her clothing collection with fashion brand Lipsy London, TV personality Abbey Clancy has shared her thoughts on female empowerment and what keeps her motivated. According to Clancy, the key to feeling inspired is being happy and feeling […]

    App of the Week: DishRatings

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    A huge part of any assistant’s job is knowing which restaurants are best for meetings, a quick business lunch or an evening meal that’s set to impress potential clients. Many PAs rely on their network to suggest new places, but how do you find a place in a location that even your contacts haven’t tried […]

    Checking in: The Chronicle

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    Aparthotels have long been the choice of business people looking for somewhere to stay in the city since they boast all of the advantages of an apartment with the added benefits that you’d normally expect from a hotel. The Chronicle by Supercity recently opened just off Chancery Lane, London and Vincenzo Ferrara was one of […]

    Top 5 tips for the freshest team-building events in 2019

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    Do you want to organise the best team-building event ever? Are you struggling to choose activities that will make your team mates feel great about themselves? Jason Gilkes, marketing manager from Right Angle Events, shares some top tips.   Once you and your team have attended one of our award-winning team-building events, you’ll feel a […]

    How to become a manager before you’re 25

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    Becoming a manager before you hit the tender age of 25 is no easy feat, however it is possible. Gemma Harding from Callcare, speaks to some young professionals who share their insights into how you can climb the managerial ladder. As of 2016, millennials became the largest generation in the workforce. In 2020, they’ll make […]

    Hosting an office party? Here are four unusual locations for a successful event

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    Celebrating the achievements of staff should be a priority for every employer warns Kelly Hunter from Rivenhall Oaks, as by not doing so can spell disaster if employees consistently feel underappreciated. Here, she shares four striking locations to help make your event a memorable one.  From little signs of appreciation, including novelty gifts and thank-you emails, to events […]

    Top tips for getting your finances in check for the New Year

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    With the country in full swing in terms of the run-up to Christmas, Black Friday deals were the last chance to grab some bargains before the shops prepare for the holiday season. But is the shopping event of the year really worth it? Keith Harrison, content creator and writer for Jolly Good Loans investigates.  With Christmas just […]

    Interview: Arctic Fox – Intelligent, sharp, adaptable

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    Having launched the PA Life Club, Aimee Harvey has started a new joint venture in the events management industry, with her company Arctic Fox Events. Here, she speaks to Jade Burke about her top tips for success.   You launched our PA Life Club – how does your current role differ to this?  When I […]

    PA Profile: Lydia McKay, Pretty Little Thing

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    At the time of interviewing, Lydia McKay was EA to the co-founder of Pretty Little Thing. Having worked on the corporate side in previous job roles, McKay was ready to take on some new responsibilities as an EA at Pretty Little Thing when she landed the job a year ago. Jade Burke meets with her […]