According to Halebury co-founder Janvi Patel, UK employers are extremely ill-equipped to deal with Generation Z (born 1994 to 2010 and entering the workforce this year).
If you thought you worked hard, you should ask your dad or granddad what their career was like at your age. A few short decades ago, the world of work was very different.
This week is, traditionally, one of the busiest in business. The schools are back from summer holidays and, therefore, so are many of the business owners that drive the economy forward.
It’s that time of year again – the summer holidays are drawing to a close and parents up and down the country are looking forward to a little more peace and quiet as they ship their kids back to school. But what does the changing season mean for businesses?
A topical debate in recent years has been the issue of female representation on boards. Company boards around the world are predominantly made up of male executives, with a very small proportion being female.
As a 25-year-old running my own business I am fortunate to work with different clients. From businesses that have been operating for years, to recent startups. What's new though, is working in an office run almost entirely by under 25s.
After the UK's GCSE results were revealed, Peninsula HR director Alan Price answers the question: how much should employers take academic qualifications into consideration when recruiting?
The ability to communicate through speech is one of the defining human characteristics and has helped to drive our development through millennia. In business clear communication is of course vitally important but for a myriad of reasons we seem to have lost (and are still losing) the required skills.
The PR team of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn could learn something from the way businesses go about communicating with the public after his attempt to showcase the "crowded" nature of British trains backfired.
Since 2014, the video game sector has been getting a power-up from the UK government in the form of tax relief for games certified as culturally British, contributing to it becoming an industry worth over £4 bn.
Pokemon Go is one of the biggest mobile games ever. It has attracted legions of fans around the world. And certain places, such as Central Park in New York, have now become hotspots for players, as well as the usual hordes of tourists. What does this mean for property?
We all strive for a work/life balance but are UK businesses doing enough to enable employees to embrace real change in their lives, helping them to improve overall health and wellbeing?