A quarter of UK bosses say that employees are viewed negatively by their organisation if they ask to work from home or out of the office.
Many entrepreneurs and small business people attribute their drive and ambition to events from their early lives. If this really is the case then it’s hardly surprising that Mark Weingard has been so successful.
Even though women are working in engineering and the scientific field, engineering is still seen as a male-dominated sector. In the UK, women are under-represented in the industry, as men hold about 94% of all engineering positions.
Today marks the beginning of Export Week, a campaign bringing together public and private sector organisations to help boost the UK's exports.
Nearly half of British small business owners plan to pass on their business to their children once they retire.
CEO Jonathan May on how Sponsorcraft is set to help education sector institutions engage networks and fundraise from them.
The Government today announced that it would be further clamping down on employers who fail to pay interns the National Minimum Wage.
The average absence level is back up to 7.6 days per employee per year, but employers have found a way to reduce absenteeism – find out how.
More than one in three SMEs are worried that auto-enrolment will damage their cashflow, according to new research from Sage.
A more positive consequence of the financial crisis and lower expected investment returns is a dawning amongst business investors about the huge difference fund fees can make to what they ultimately receive in their pockets.
When Maggie Smith’s Dowager Countess character in Downton Abbey famously asked "what’s a weekend?" she probably wasn’t thinking about junior staff at Goldman Sachs.
A leading academic has expressed concern about crowdfunding and whether it really is worth your time.