A quarter of employers plan to take on extra staff to give them a helping hand over Christmas, according to figures released by the Recruitment and Employment Federation.
The High Street needs to fight back with innovation and technology in the run up to Christmas.
Forget office camaraderie, one in ten British office workers would report a fellow employees misdemeanours to their manager.
British SMEs are missing out on a small fortune by relying on cash for sales.
It may not be the most glamorous of settings but the raw competition of a market is a great place for a company to cut its teeth.
SMEs are worried that the international export market is becoming riskier, research has found.
Good news: the Bank of England has forecasted that the UK economy will return to pre-crisis growth rates by next year.
As part of Export Week, the Federation of Small Businesses has published tips to help the country's SMEs take their first steps overseas.
Fraud perpetrated by either management or employees accounted for 80 per cent of the financial loss through fraud experienced by UK businesses in 2012. This figure should not be ignored by any organisation.
If we don’t have a purpose, how do we know we are doing the right thing” The alternative is to just float about and never know if we are doing anything of value, and make essentially arbitrary decisions if we want to.
Majority of Brits will pay a premium for a better experience when it comes to Christmas shopping.
Selling a business in a recession may seem difficult but re-positioning a company for exit in an upturn also has its challenges. A return to economic growth does not necessarily mean it is easier to sell a business.