The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has published a study which powerfully explains the connection between company culture and long-term financial success for companies in the UK.
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As the mother of a 15-year-old in the midst of the teenage years of messy rooms, party invites and even (gulp) trips away, I recently signed up to a workshop to help parents navigate these choppy waters.
Guy Crabb, managing director at workplace design and build contractor ODB Group, explains how clever workspace planning can increase productivity.
A study has revealed the ten graduate jobs that pay the most in the country, which should provide valuable details on the amount your business should be looking to pay in order to attract young talent straight from university.
As one of the most important policy changes in recent years, auto-enrolment and the workplace pensions scheme should now be a focus for every employer in the country. Make sure you don’t leave it too late by having a look at our new digital guide, which heard the stories of four SMEs.
As a new piece of policy, aimed at boosting the pension pots of British workers and ensuring that we do not develop a dependency culture from lack of personal savings, auto-enrolment is now in full swing. But what happens to businesses which do not comply with its framework?
Beginning in October 2012 with the largest employers, new legislation in the United Kingdom made it a legal requirement for employers to automatically enrol employees into a workplace pension – and make contributions to it. But just how does each one go about finding a provider that fits the bill?
Let’s face it, what you do the night before largely affects how you feel the next morning – from a self-induced hangover from a night out and feeling like a zombie because Netflix caught you in its trap to being sufficiently well-rested from sleeping earlier than normal.
As the number of businesses reaching the date when auto-enrolment duties start, known as the staging date, Real Business has produced a comprehensive checklist to ensure business leaders are not forgetting anything.
A growing number of family business owners are opting to review succession plans in light of current Brexit uncertainty and how it might affect retirement planning. Facing such turbulence, open and honest communication between shareholders is vital and must be maintained.
The world of work is changing at the fastest pace since the Industrial Revolution. Everywhere, in every sector, the way in which we do our jobs, and the way in which employees are integrated into businesses, is shifting.
Partner and MD at BCG, Leila Hoteit, has suggested professional Arab women juggle more responsibilities than their male counterparts and face more cultural rigidity than Western women. As such, their success can teach us about tenacity, competition, priorities and progress.