While sexual harassment in the workplace is often considered an uncomfortable topic, the Harvey Weinstein case has seen more people raise their voice in outrage. It’s for this reason former defence secretary Michael Fallon no longer has a place at the prime minister’s side.
October 2017 marks 30 years of Black History Month in the UK, but where do those of black heritage fit in with British culture and business?
What prime minister Theresa May promised in her manifesto regarding corporate governance and excessive executive pay has fallen flat according to many.
When your company grows, so too do your legal obligations. For example, if you foresee your business making an annual turnover of £36m, then you’ll need to start crafting a modern slavery statement. But did you know it should still be on your radar no matter your size?
If you’re looking for books a little more cerebral to pack in your beach bag this summer, Steve Butler, CEO, Punter Southall Aspire has put together a list of his top five reads.
Prime minister Theresa May’s recent endeavours seem to be winning her no favours, ranking her low in terms of SME bosses’ favourite national leaders.
The Taylor Review is set to shake things up for the gig economy, but is it for better or worse? We canvassed the business landscape for opinion on the matter.
It’s been exactly one year since the EU referendum result, and entrepreneurs have offered their thoughts on Brexit developments so far.
The eye popping outturn of the general election combined with subsequent events I am sure makes most of us despair of our political classes. What is going on in Britain today and what can be done?
As the dust settles on one of the most eventual general elections in recent times, Charlie Mullins believes the verdict was a result of forgetting there were so many Brexit remainers.
As Paul Goodman, chairman of the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers, told Real Business: “A hung Parliament was the last thing the UK needed, but that’s exactly what it got” – and it’s caused uncertainty around tax policies.
As a British general election throws up a hung parliament situation for the second time in three votes, SME leaders feel their business issues will now slip down the pecking order.