New technologies like automation, robotics and big data will dramatically alter the workplace of the future. Set against a backdrop of political and economic uncertainty, we are likely to see a number of new roles emerge over the next 12 months.
British car manufacturer Caterham has announced record sales figures for 2016, with nearly half of its transactions being with overseas customers.
Despite more than half of British investors voting to remain in the EU, over a quarter are determined to embrace an “accept and move on” philosophy – a statistic largely made up of young investors under the age of 30.
With 2017 set to be a busy year in terms of employment law – key changes include the introduction of mandatory gender pay gap reporting, the apprenticeship levy and the potential triggering of Brexit – we discuss some of the changes.
We spoke with Sage CEO Stephen Kelly, who opened up on current developments at the accounting software firm – including where pride and politics fit into the operation.
Citing “the pressures and unknowns” of Brexit as the driver of tough trade, Jamie Oliver will be closing down six of his restaurants. Some have suggested though, that it has more to do with the grub being served.
With Article 50 and Brexit uncertainty continuing in 2017, the UK’s SMEs have weathered many an economic storm over the past decade.
With 2017 upon us, will Theresa May have the courage to wake the nation from its slumber? It’s a question the City Grump has set out to answer.
These last few months have been mired with uncertainty, so it stands to reason the figures comprising our December 2016 economic statistics roundup reflect it.
It is traditional to enter a new year with business optimism, hope and ambition. However, 2017 has the prospects for being one of the most challenging we’ve faced in recent years.
What can we expect from the year ahead? Jeremy Cook, from World First, gives his 2017 economic predictions as part of an exclusive two-part series.
Whatever divisive situation you are facing, don’t give up! It is always possible to build teams or rebuild relationships and overcome conflict, even if it seems unlikely on the surface. Let’s explore.