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Hunt & Hawk Marketing Strategy Lead, Jana Tann, joined our team after a period of maternity leave. Here, Jana shares her valuable insights for mums returning to work.   Three months into my post-maternity leave return (with my son, Beau, now 14 months), I've been hit by the unholy trifecta of day care germs – cue a delightful cold, conjunctivitis, and hand, foot, and mouth disease. You know, I

Do you ever hide a part of yourself away when you head into the workplace? It’s something many of us do every day. Tattoos in the workplace can be a divisive topic. I’ve been hiding a part of myself away for more than 20 years. Every weekday morning I get up, don a long-sleeve business shirt, and transform from the music-loving, football-watching obsessive I am after hours into

“If you don’t like what is being said… change the conversation.” If only we could all be as charismatic as Don Draper. Played with magnetic intensity by the impossibly-chiselled Jon Hamm, the suave creative director and main marketing man of AMC's award-winning Mad Men always knew just what to say at exactly the right moment. The show last aired eight years ago this month, but it remains incredible just

“You didn’t have much to say in that meeting?” Has a work colleague ever muttered this rhetorical question to you? If you take a ‘church mouse’ approach to meetings – office-based or online – such observations have the ability to dent your confidence and even self-worth. But selective speaking in group settings isn’t necessarily a negative trait. In fact, far from it. Here, we explore the question: is being quiet in