The lockdown is unlocking all sorts of things in people, from a new appreciation of birdsong to a new appreciation of the pointlessness of
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HR Magazine picked up on our recent research that highlighted that managers and professional workers feel stuck in roles they don’t enjoy.
As part of
Our mission to start a national debate about the widespread problem of dissatisfaction and feelings of being unfulfilled in the workplace was highlighted by
If you are in your 50s, it’s too late to think of changing careers or — worse — getting back into the workforce after
So says Jenni Russell of The Times, in a recent article. Jenni has been kind enough to allow us to use the article, and
Is it too late to change your life? A question for the sleepless small hours, perhaps; for the middle-aged and heavily mortgaged, burnt out
Quinquagenerians (those between the ages of 50 and 60) are facing new challenges that are peculiar to them. They are part of the ‘sandwich
There is an episode of the BBC spin-off Young Apprentice in which Lord Sugar invites his precocious charges to the Natural History Museum. Standing