Article 50 has been triggered, and Charlie Mullins is calling for government transparency to make the process more palatable for remainers and the business community.
Author Charlie Mullins
One of the best attributes of an entrepreneur is being able to look at something from an alternative angle. It’s safe to say that we entrepreneurs have been thinking outside the box long before management and business consultants had even come up with the phrase.
As an entrepreneur and business owner who championed remaining, Charlie Mullins firmly believes the Brexit plan must encourage collaboration with the EU.
Charlie Mullins gives his thoughts on T-Levels, a new technical qualification unveiled in the Spring Budget 2017 to boost skills of young British people.
While the self-employed helped Britain’s economic recovery, Charlie Mullins believes legislation is needed to ensure the paying of tax is better monitored.
As someone who benefited from early exposure to a trade of interest, Charlie Mullins argues that all businesses should do more to provide work experience.
Last week Matthew Taylor, CEO of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, embarked on a tour for his review of employment practices. After my experience at the Court of Appeal, I’m looking forward to talking with him – that includes the topic of the self-employed tradesperson.
On the back of his Court of Appeal knock back, Charlie Mullins exclusively tells Real Business why he still believes his stance on employment law is right.
For someone who once employed Britain’s oldest worker, Charlie Mullins has a think or two to say about ignoring the retirement age and thinking differently.
It doesn’t take a genius to know that what works for some may not work for others, but the government’s intentions are right with the Apprenticeship Levy.
Last week bean counters at the Office for National Statistics revealed economic growth continued at the end of 2016, but we shouldn’t rest on our laurels.
While some may call it an invasion of privacy, Charlie Mullins thinks technology such as electronic monitoring are key to sorting out British productivity.