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- Why are women boycotting Twitter?
Hundreds of twitter users, from activists to celebrities, are urging women to stay off Twitter today following the suspension of Charmed actress Rose McGowan’s account.
- Bruges means business
In recent years, the cobbled city of Bruges is best known as the backdrop for Colin Farrell’s sulking in crime comedy In Bruges, but you only need to set foot on its spider-web streets to see the heritage flowing in each direction.
- Digital Edition: October 2017
Check out our latest magazine, featuring our profile with London PA of the Year, Katie Foster…
- PA Life welcomes Jade Burke as Editor
We are happy to announce the appointment of Jade Burke as the new Editor of PA Life following the departure of Molly Dyson.
- Competition: Be a workplace hero
Celebrating workplace heroes everywhere – £1000 worth of break-time treats to be won.
- What to expect from the London PA Summit
Make London yours on the 7th November. Introducing the London PA Summit; A must-attend event for PAs, EAs, VAs and event organisers working in and around the capital, PA Life’s first ever event to exclusively focus on London will provide a full day designed to help you make the most of your city.
- Why can’t you find a job?
Business travel is big business, but it also means a lot of money is on the line. It represents the second largest line of expenditure for organisations across the world, and managers need to be aware of pitfalls if they’re to make the most out of business travel.
- The 10 deadly interview sins
Limp handshakes, bad hygiene and flirting have all been highlighted in a list of the top 10 deadly interview sins.
- App of the week: Best Coffee
It’s the problem every coffee lover faces in a big city; where to find a ‘proper coffee’…
- Insider tips for smarter train bookings
With rail fares set to rise above inflation from January, could you benefit from some insider tips on keeping ticket costs down?