Instagram has garnered over 700m users worldwide, making it the platform of choice for numerous brands. Some retailers, however, do a better job at engaging people, with the British elite having been highlighted by Iconosquare.
Author Shané Schutte
Budget banter is something we’ve grown accustomed to, with the chancellor in question trying to brighten the mood created by economic statistics. So what staged material did Philip Hammond come up with?
While chancellor Philip Hammond’s Autumn Budget reiterated previous digital investments, he also committed additional funding to boost initiatives around artificial intelligence, 5G and full-fibre broadband.
The Autumn Budget, chancellor Philip Hammond expressed, went a long way in ensuring peace of mind, with his numerous announcements including an increase in the National Minimum Wage.
Hoping to bridge the UK’s skills gap, chancellor Philip Hammond announced in his Autumn Budget numerous investments for training staff and educating pupils.
Uber knew it was the victim of a data breach in October 2016, but made no move to notify the proper authorities. Those whose personal details, the likes of names and email addresses, were snatched, weren’t made aware either.
Sexual harassment isn’t as straight-forward a topic as we’d like. There are numerous avenues to explore – we unveiled that its very definition changed depending on gender as well as age – such as the situation not always involving a man abusing a woman.
We asked those from the corporate world for their favourite examples of social media done right – and the lessons that can be gleaned from them.
There seems to be a difference in perception as to what constitutes to sexual harassment both between men and women and across the generations.
Finance bosses may be confident about current retention and recruitment strategies, but that hasn’t prevented them from being victim to the dreaded skills gap.
We take a look at why UK companies have signed up to the voluntary Living Wage rate – and the benefits resultant of this decision.
There have been calls for law regarding gig economy workers to be further clarified, especially after Uber lost its appeal against two drivers – and the potential IR35 changes that await in chancellor Philip Hammond’s next Budget.