Charlie Mullins argues that unpaid internships may exclude talented people without the means to support themselves through a period without pay.
Author Charlie Mullins
Almost overnight, Paris Brown became an internet sensation for all the wrong reasons. But had the Kent Police's background check involved social media, Paris would never have been hired. Have they learned their lesson?
At age 38, William the Conqueror won the Battle of Hastings. In this century, someone of the same age would be considered too young and inexperienced to hold such a high position.
The UK's builders, plumbers, electricians, and carpenters are ready to bring a boost to houses and the economy, says Charlie Mullins.
This week is meant to showcase the benefits apprenticeships bring to business, education, and economy. But the scandal around Lord Sugar's ex-apprentice, Stella English isn't quite underlining that cause…
Charlie Mullins agrees with Yahoo!'s new policy and says that working from home is bad for nurturing business relationships.
Charlie Mullins wonders why the first businesses named and shamed on a recent HMRC list of tax dodgers are all SMEs, rather than the big corporations we all know about.
It would be pretty hilarious if it wasn't one of the most important decisions to be made in this country for a century…
It's time to understand that prompt payments are as good for business as they are for the economy.
Do you have to be a graduate to have a "real career"? Hardly.
An advocate for optimism, Charlie Mullins vows not to let the headline numbers scare him.
The publication of the GDP figures for the fourth quarter of 2012 at the end of this week has the potential to knock the wind out of the sails of the business community that was given a glimmer of hope by the growth experienced in quarter three, which officially took the country out of recession.