Six months’ parental, even pawternity, leave and regular unpaid time off may sound like drastic ways of retaining employees, but businesses that have taken the risk are reaping the rewards
‘There is no doubt that sugar is the villain posing the biggest threat to the health of children across the country’
A proactive, holistic and nationwide approach to improving dental health is key to preventing a tooth decay crisis among UK children
'Children’s faces have different proportions to adult faces, but the specs all too often are simply scaled-down versions of adult designs'
From sleep-forecasters on babies to invisibility cloaks for battlefield warriors, Charles Orton-Jones has the technologies changing three big-money industries
Perhaps it was Plato who first said: “Necessity is the mother of invention.” Certainly there are modern-day mums who, out of necessity, are inventing new businesses to make ends meet and boost the UK economy, as Peter Archer discovers
Keeping talented women in a company requires a flexible approach which offers career opportunities and a female-friendly culture, writes Jane Kirk
To make it in advertising, you must embrace creativity and make tough choices, but success is within the grasp of a determined woman, says Lindsey Evans