ukactive Project Coordinator Lizzie Cockle reports on a pilot programme for new mums
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As part of our drive to achieve a truly inclusive culture, we’re passionate about increasing the number of women in leadership positions, contributing to the growth and success of our company. We have hugely ambitious targets, having set ourselves the goal of reaching gender parity in our leadership population - 50/50 by 2020.
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This week’s guest blog is from Responsible 100’s CEO and Founder Michael Solomon.
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Four out of five local authorities do not have enough care for older people in their area to meet local demand – with the result that more than 6.4 million over 65s live in areas with insufficient provision.
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The black line of retirement has created a deep divide in UK society. The concept of retirement was first set up when few of us reached retirement age
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Graham Precey, Legal & General’s Head of Corporate Responsibility and Ethics talks about the company’s recently published policy on controversial weapons.
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IndiaFirst focuses on supporting and giving back to society, be it through monetary benefits or just lending a helping hand.
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We support people in investing for their futures, turning their hard-earned savings into productive financing for the economy and helping business to thrive.
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StepChange’s CEO explains how companies like ours can play a role in ensuring all UK families have a grand to hand.
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Jeremy Porteus, founder and director of the Housing LIN, writes about this year's conference.
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Bernie Hickman gave the keynote address at the National Housing for Older People Awards.
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Our head of corporate responsibility and ethics, Graham Precey, received the honour in Mumbai.
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Toby Lloyd from Shelter believes there are at least three ways the private sector can help fight the housing crisis.
Read more... about the Everyone deserves a safe, secure, and affordable home
A new website has been launched with child-friendly information on Alzheimer's disease
Read more... about the New poll reveals that 29% of parents say their children have been impacted by Alzheimer's disease
Our CEO's speech at the FT Infrastructure Conference, 10 November 2015
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Parents need to become more physically active.
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We've joined West Sussex Credit Union's portfolio of employer SAYE schemes. Their chair, Jenny King, writes today's blog piece.
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The internet can really help relieve the burden on the NHS, writes Luís Carrasqueiro, CEO of healthtalk.org.
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Stephen Smith, director of Legal & General Mortgage Club writes about how the dream of home ownership has turned into a nightmare for a whole generation.
Read more... about the Is the dream of home ownership over for a whole generation?
Jackie Noakes, Managing Director of our Mature Savings business and her senior management team were first in taking the plunge to test the capability of their front line servicing teams to deal with customers and their families affected by dementia.
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David McCullough, chief executive of the RVS, writes about the new Home from Hospital service, which we have helped fund.
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The first Conservative budget in 19 years really was a game of two halves.
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McCarthy & Stone, the UK's leading retirement housebuilder, agree with us that there needs to be more focus on elderly homeowners.
Read more... about the Together, let's help to put downsizing on the national agenda
The business of care is everybody's business. But are we asking the right questions about care?
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Our investment management business is one of the UK’s largest investors in the UK stock market. We look after over £736 billion on behalf of our clients.
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Chris's blog explains that although he is a "hard-nosed" finance person, he’s proud to wear our umbrella lapel badge pretty much wherever he goes.
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Bill Hughes, Head of Real Assets, for Legal & General tells us how the business is getting involved in helping to provide a solution to the housing crisis.
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Benjamin Franklin once said that "there are only two certainties in life – death and taxes". Yet in recent times we've seen an ever changing tax landscape.
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Group Treasury’s role is to ensure that Legal & General has sufficient liquidity to meet all our commitments as they fall due. Put very simply, we make sure that we can pay all our bills, on time, all of the time.
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Politicians, regulators and the media unfairly blamed the financial crisis solely on the banks. But, of course, it was much more complex than this.
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