As a CEO who very publicly shed light on salaries at his own company, Charlie Mullins believes wage transparency is a must for any British business.
Author Charlie Mullins
After being met with an employment rights lawsuit this year, the Taylor Review’s evaluation of the modern economy is exactly what I’ve been looking for.
Charlie Mullins opens fire, declaring universities are cash-hungry fraudsters and insisting schoolchildren needn’t buy into them for business success.
I haven’t got to where I am today without making a few mistakes along the way, but I would like to think that now, most of the time, I’m a pretty good boss.
Charlie Mullins believes a rational approach is best when it comes to dealing with Britain’s recent hot weather – not trade union scare tactics.
With economic forces meaning those in search of a job are more in control, Charlie Mullins talks about the role employee perks can play.
As the dust settles on one of the most eventual general elections in recent times, Charlie Mullins believes the verdict was a result of forgetting there were so many Brexit remainers.
With only a few days to go until our country takes to the polling booths for a general election vote, it’s more crucial than ever for people to elect a party that has our best interests at heart.
It’s a no brainer that eight big firms, including Aviva, Barclays and Atos, are going to promote the employment of older workers by publishing data about the age of respective workforces – it makes perfect sense.
As Britain’s political leaders map out how they think the business environment should look, Charlie Mullins calls for a greater emphasis on technical excellence.
Charlie Mullins explains why Jeremy Corbyn’s bargain bucket of shoddy Labour policies will impact the business community badly.
Throughout the 1970s, entrepreneurs were as rare as hen’s teeth. Then, when our country made the historic decision to elect its first female prime minister, that all changed.