We still don’t know what the UK’s EU exit will look like. However, Paul Lester, a partner in corporate finance at law firm Cripps, outlines some steps that will help employers with their Brexit planning.
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?
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.
According to Phillip Hammond, a new startup is spawned every single hour in the UK. As business owners, we all know that the UK’s 5.5m SMEs are the economic backbone of this country and they play a very significant role in boosting the economy.
With the debut Autumn Budget completed, Real Business has offered a quick and easy read of the event for UK SME leaders in just 500 words.
Hoping to bridge the UK’s skills gap, chancellor Philip Hammond announced in his Autumn Budget numerous investments for training staff and educating pupils.
After the decision to put an end to the Autumn Statement, Philip Hammond has officially given his first every Autumn Budget speech – here in full.
When I was a kid, there was an air of exclusivity that came with having a degree, much of which came from the fact that they were only accessible to well-off families who could afford to send their children to university.
The Autumn Budget takes place at 12.30pm on Wednesday 22 November 2017 – ahead of it, business leaders from across the UK have voiced what they want, and expect, to hear.
As this year’s series of The Apprentice continues, former winner Mark Wright has given us his weekly review, with the latest episode calling on contestants to show their advertising acumen.
Charlie Mullins takes a dive into the current productivity puzzle Britain is trying to solve, touching on training, wages and the new snowflake generation.
Two tours of Bruges, 32 tickets to sell and a battle for the highest profit. Week six of The Apprentice emphasised how not to treat staff, as project managers Sarah-Jayne Clark and Elizabeth McKenna tried to guide their teams to victory with somewhat contrasting leadership styles.