When it comes to staff priorities to consider throughout this year, there are three standout things that businesses must be prepared for.
Is your business more Harry Potter or the Dark Lord? Using sorcery skills, we’ve got a method that will determine which Hogwarts house your firm should be sorted into.
Onboarding is the process by which a newly hired employee adjusts to their role and learns what is required of them to operate efficiently within the organisation. There are many challenges to keep these processes running smoothly – here are some things to look out for.
Our hassle-free gas & electricity products are designed to let you get on with running your business.
Find out more
Tax-free employee benefits offered by salary sacrifice schemes are to be restricted, chancellor Philip Hammond has announced.
Rafael Cortes, head of marketing at Foehn, acknowledges why some SMEs may still be cautious about heading entirely into the cloud and explains why more cloud offers smarter approaches to business.
Ruts are amazingly easy to fall into in business. When you are busy there isn’t time to look at them; when you are less busy, all your focus is on getting orders. And rightly so.
Not pleased with Yahoo! regarding its current lack of strategy, Eric Jackson, MD of SpringOwl Asset Management, is offering an alternate plan – or may just be having a good old rant.
Communicating effectively with staff has become increasingly challenging as the array of media options, the volume of messages we receive each day and the growth of remote working have all combined to multiply the issues that employers have to face.
When we are all aiming for growth, it is very easy to be led down the old fashioned path of confusing size as the ultimate goal. In today’s world, small is often beautiful.
For any SME, the motivation and retention of key talent is vital. Employees need to remain engaged and involved as much as possible – here are five steps you can take.
Groupon UK released a survey which found that consumer relations can directly affect the amount of money people spend at the shops.
One of the joys of being in business is without a doubt the opportunity to help identify and nurture talent in your organisation. As with most jobs there is often some degree of disappointment in such a process.