It's not the first time the television presenter has been questioned over her parenting methods.
"Prime Minister Ardern is showing that no one is better qualified to represent her country than a working mother."
Charlene Ford is returning to her role in the West End on a job share basis
Both presenters have received a backlash on social media about their childcare arrangements.
The woman has filed a human rights complaint over her former employer's demand she wear a bra at work
A woman says received a letter saying her job application was rejected because of her name. A woman says her job application at a health clinic was rejected because her name is too “ghetto,” but the company claims it’s the victim of a hack job. On Monday, Hermeisha Robinson, 27, shared a Facebook screenshot of an email she received from Mantality Health, a medical office in Chesterfield, Mo. She wrote: “I am very upset because today I received an email about this job that I applied for as a customer service representative…I know I’m well-qualified for the position as they seen on my resume.
A popular dating trend has entered the workplace, leaving bosses and recruiters alike scrambling to make job offers - and retain candidates.
"They talk a good game but even at the BBC there isn’t a crèche, there isn’t a room where you can express, there isn’t a fridge where you can keep your milk.”
Armarium co-founders Alexandra Lind Rose (left) and Trisha Gregory (right). Working in fashion, while fun, is no easy task. After nearly a decade as the head of public relations for a high-end fashion brand, she took the leap and created Armarium along with her co-founder (and fellow fashion veteran) Alexandra Lind Rose.
1. A tight dress with no support Even if your body is toned, a “grown ass woman” should always invest in shape wear, says Stacey Brice, CEO of S. Brice Consulting, LLC., a firm specializing in image consulting and styling for executives and on-air news talent. Shape wear will make sure you look good in all the right places.
In the 2009 film ‘Up in the Air’, Anna Kendrick plays, Natalie Keener, the anxious, ambitious, and freshly-graduated new hire at the company where George Clooney’s character, Ryan Bingham, works. (Photo: Paramount Pictures) “I took Tuesday off,” my roommate, a paralegal applying to law school, told me last night, the two of us bleary-eyed from long workdays, slouching in the living room of our Brooklyn apartment. “It’d be nice to work at home when I’m sick, but my boss doesn’t believe in it.” She was doing the work of two paralegals, as the law firm recently decided to downsize their administrative workforce, while getting the salary as one paralegal.
Joe Zee’s 3 Tips for Post-Graduation Success Editor-in-Chief Joe Zee delivered the Academy of Art University commencement speech for the 2015 graduating class. David & Valentina Pfeil, producers.) Hello, class of 2015! It’s such an honor to be standing up here today to help all of you celebrate your big day. I will be honest and say that when Simon (thank you) asked me to come and deliver today’s commencement speech, my reaction was a mixed bag of emotions.