Sarah Pennells is joined by four money experts from Equiniti, WEALTH at work, Money Advice Service and Aurora Financial Solutions, to talk about employee share schemes They discuss what they are, how exactly they work and who can benefit from them on Your Money, Your Future.
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Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Jill Rutter from the Family and Childcare Trust and Anastasia de Waal from Family Lives, to talk about the cost of childcare during the holiday period, and what help and support there is out there for single parents or working parents who are looking to provide care for their children during the holidays.
Now what kind of person would you choose to hire to run a business for you? Maybe someone that was stubborn and broke the rules? This might sound like a manager's nightmare, but research suggests that having a few employees just like this might be beneficial. Georgie chats to chartered psychologist and Management Consultant Paulo Moscuzza about why that is.
Over the past few decades the number of women in tech hasn't only not improved, it's actually got worse. A study released earlier this year shows that in 2013, just 26 percent of computing jobs in the US were held by women which is down from 35 percent in 1990. Kirsty Shanks speaks to the director of the new documentary "Code: Debugging The Gender Gap" which aims to work out what exactly's going on and why there aren't more women in tech.
Mike Park, CEO at The Scottish White Fish Producers Association (SWFPA), who are the largest fishing association in Europe, offers an insight into the fishing industry on the back of the Fisheries Society Annual Symposium.