We take a look at why UK companies have signed up to the voluntary Living Wage rate – and the benefits resultant of this decision.
The UK has been steeped in a culture of overtime, leading to numerous moments of stress which, when not taken care of, could stack up and place pressure on your mental health.
Mental health problems make up the bulk of reasons behind absenteeism and presenteeism, so if you want to decrease both then first boost staff morale and wellbeing.
British designer Samanah Duran created a streatwear brand with a distinct message: take pride in your identity. Off the back of it came platform BEYOUROWN, similarly aimed at inspiring confindence. But how does one go about creating and juggling such ventures? Real Business found out.
After the launch of its latest startup accelerator, Real Business spoke with BMW about what it takes to drive innovation.
Next up in our mind control series is John Dean, CEO of Punter Southall Health and Protection, who suggests our pattern of working hard and recovering over the weekend only boosts ill health.
Charity Made by Dyslexia emphasised how the public remained unaware of the positive characteristics associated with dyslexia – and entrepreneurs are speaking up about how it’s helped them succeed in business.
Much research has been dedicated to how staff pick up habits from business owners and management teams like “the common cold”. Taking care of your wellbeing is no different.
Many have taken to emphasising the benefits of neurodiversity during Dyslexia Awareness Week. Satellite PR director Pauline Kent is no different. She unveils her experience of hiring those with dyslexia – and why more bosses should look to do the same.
With Dyslexic Awareness Week in full swing, we asked the UK workforce which tools and means allow them to work comfortably.
The recovering eurozone and rising optimism seem to be going hand-in-hand. But out of a sample of six countries, the UK is least confident. This is partly due to Brexit, an issue which hasn’t actually spelled news for all, especially Billericay Fertiliser Services.
While seven million tourists visit York each year, it’s the big retail chains that truly benefit, Joe Gardham is convinced. He believes there’s limited room for small players – and that it’s partly the reason why less than two per cent of university graduates remain in the city.