Britain's best people managing organisations were announced last night at the first ever Investors in People Awards, held in London.
New data has shed light on the concerns of small businesses today. The results of a survey conducted by Neuroscientist Dr Lynda Shaw looked in the emotions, habits and fears of young business owners.
The UK market is falling behind when it comes to awareness of new top-level domains (TLDs).
Charles Darwin said “it is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best manage change”.
The New Economy has recently revealed the 20 cities it deems the most likeliest to drive change in the future, and the UK is nowhere to be seen on it.
David Saul, managing director at Business Environment, looks at the latest developments in the plight for better treatment for UK interns.
The untangling and disposal of a major piece of business red tape is really starting to pay dividends with a dramatic drop in the number of employment tribunals.
CEOs are typically seen as hungry for acquisitions to build their empire and the consequent increases in salary and bonuses – even at the cost of returns for shareholders.
Small businesses are increasingly confident about growth but are struggling to find the right skills after a fall in unemployment.
Britain's medium-sized businesses are held back by the tax system, according to a report by the CBI and Grant Thornton published today.
The UK's mid-market businesses are outperforming their German, French and Italian counterparts, according to GE Capital research published today.