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It's time to change the culture around the way we work in the UK,” says Digital Mums’ co-founder Nikki Cochrane.
I’m more productive The reality is the 9-5 isn’t actually always the best time to work in a day, especially if you’re doing a job like social media marketing when you may need to be online at other times too.So I did the Digital Mums training in social media marketing, quit my office job and set up Isanda Consulting where I offer business growth and social media consultancy.I work for three different companies and one of my bosses isn’t even based in the UK.No more clock watching Up until April I was working as a Business Relationship Manager in an office 9-5 with nearly two hours of commuting.I was constantly clock watching, especially as I knew if I was late to pick up my daughter Izzy, three, from nursery there would be fines to pay.In fact over half of UK employers think dropping the *other* f-word would be viewed negatively by their employer.
So that’s why flexible work campaigner Digital Mums have launched a cheeky new advertising campaign and petition to try and #cleanupthe Fword and stop it being seen as a dirty word by businesses.
Dirty Love (2005) BOMB (out of 4) After reading Ebert's "No Star" review and seeing him rank this as the third worst movie of 2005, I just had to try it out for myself.
Not only is this the worst film I've seen from 2005 but I'd also go as far as to say this is the most embarrassing piece of trash I've seen from a known actress.
Worst still you hear stories of flexible working requests that have fallen on deaf ears or forced redundancy.
My employers were great but I still wanted a different life.
A modern day Cinderella story which sees disaster prone Rebecca embark on a journey in search of true love.