After interviewing a very sweet, virtual school leaver this week, we became embroiled in a discussion about what she wanted out of work, what expectations she had been given by school and whether she had a particularly desirable skill.
HR & Management
Over one third of adults globally are classified as overweight or obese but this figure rises in more affluent countries, reaching 58 per cent in Europe and 70 per cent in the US!
Kicking off the launch of Corporate Insights, a new interview series in which we hear from senior decision makers at large global firms about how they get the job done, two heads of Vodafone discuss the emergence of flexible working, implementation and what it really means for SMEs.
Meetings are an essential element of business. A collaborative culture is dominating the business world and so meetings are vital to ensure success.
When you haven’t had your fill of coffee and you just can’t seem to keep up with the daily office meeting, then fear not – there are ways to make you appear smart during such gatherings.
The Great British Bake Off is more popular than ever with over 10m of us tuning in to be entertained by collapsing gingerbread houses. So for those inspired by the show – planning to move to a baking career or create a side-job – here's how to set up shop at home.
Business owners are “crossing their fingers and hoping” that their business will deliver the returns needed to support them, according to new research.
The current James Bond, Daniel Craig, has reportedly turned down an eye watering £150m to reprise his role for a further two films. This is a clear example of career planning.
Being a business owner, chances are you never really stop thinking about your bottom line, customers, staff or your next strategy. It’s understandable; this business is part of you after all and we’re betting you’re really passionate about it.
Great leadership is business critical if you want to to attract, engage and retain top talent. Yet leadership isn’t just about the inspirational CEO – it’s about all levels of the organisation.
Last week’s news wasn’t dominated by goings on in the Palace of Westminster, but, in fact, by events surrounding a large white marquee in the picturesque English countryside.
What to do next? It’s the question facing each and every student on results day, be it GCSEs or A-Levels. Like most young people, I was unsure. It can be hard to know what you want to do and, for some, university seems like the logical next step. So what can your company do?