The new £10 note featuring Jane Austen has gone into circulation. It hasn’t been met with the best response though. Many dislike the accompanying quote, while others believe the note itself will soon be made redundant.
The national employment rate is climbing, with only 4.3 per cent of Brits without a job. However, this may not be a cause for celebration.
Charlie Mullins discusses one of the most divisive Brexit topics, immigration and freedom of movement – arguing that UK SMEs need access to skilled workers.
There have been significant changes to the scoring of GCSEs and as far as I’m concerned, this decision is completely bonkers.
Last week thousands of students were on tenterhooks waiting for the results that would define their last two years of studying A-Levels. But while universities are vocal, what role are businesses playing in this process?
It’s well-known that many successful entrepreneurs bypassed university to achieve business glory, so ahead of A-Level results day, we’ve got an infographic highlights the UK billionaires that did just that.
When it comes to pay gaps, gender pay has filled the headlines over recent weeks, including the large discrepancies in pay seen at organisations such as the BBC.
There could be some very awkward conversations businesses are putting off because the supply chain is keen on getting certainty around Brexit. But this is something owners just aren’t able to give.
The amount of young people out of work and study is creeping up and I believe it’s down to the culture of university brainwashing.
The routines of UK business travellers have been revealed, shedding light on what employees are doing during their downtime from out of office duties.
Sizeable economic and social changes are understandably met with scepticism, often resistance, and sometimes even hostility. But should we be scared of the sharing economy? Or, should we continue to welcome it with cautious optimism?
We live in an age of managing change. Whether it is political upheaval through Brexit and Trump or business upheaval with the rise of the disruptors like Uber, Deliveroo and AirBnB, the world has never changed so fast.