The July 2014 government reshuffle, which was fêted for increasing the number of women in the Cabinet, has taken the percentage of women in the top decision-making body in politics to 23 per cent.
Having recently attended Enterprise Apps World, I thought I would share my key takeaways from the show. It’s clear that most organisations are looking at the implications of going mobile and are considering how enterprise apps will work within their mobile strategy.
With mounting evidence indicating that many employers are missing their staging dates for auto enrolment implementation, it is becoming worryingly apparent that the rollout amongst SME’s is not going as smoothly as had been hoped.
The UK service sector is starting to grow once again after last year's decline, according to new research from Markit/CIPS UK's PMI Index.
The increasing number of new startup competitors is the biggest threat faced by established small and medium businesses, according to research published today.
For smaller employers, recruitment can be a daunting task, partly because of the time commitment to select and appoint, and partly the importance, particularly in a smaller organisation, of ensuring that the person will be suitable for the business.
Small and medium businesses are being urged to do more to make the most of an age-diverse workforce.
Five northern cities have called for a £15bn programme of infrastructure to improve connectivity and rebalance the economy towards the north.