Although Switzerland remains the leader of the Global Innovation Index for the fourth consecutive year, the UK has moved up to second place. Dubbed the innovation nation, Britain seems to be taking the world by storm as it is now also ranked second in Europe after, you guessed it, Switzerland.
With echoes of the 19th century Luddite rebellion, technology is again causing problems for established professions. Uber, the taxi hire app, is delivering high-levels of service right into the hands of customers, yet giving many cabbies sleepless nights as they worry about the threat it poses to their income.
They say job interviews are a lot like a first date: you're both nervous, expectant and, if it goes badly, probably never want to see each other again.
SME workers are at risk of burnout, according to research by AXA PPP.
Pubs, an institution in the UK, are closing at an accelerated rate of 31 pubs a week, according to Camra.
A café in New York City: a man lifts a drink fitted with a fat round straw. Unexpectedly, a round lump of tapioca shoots up the straw and lands in his mouth. Soon to be 'Bubbleology' founder, Assad Khan, had discovered bubble tea.
On August 6, Google announced plans to change their formula for determining the hierarchy of search results. Websites who encrypt their services will get a higher Google ranking.
A job advertisement, unless it’s for a well-known brand, is the first impression that candidates will get of your business. It is therefore crucial that your company’s advert makes a good impression at the start of the candidate journey.
Just Eat, the online takeaway delivery service has reported a trebling of profits in its first results published since floating on the stock market in April.
Online sales of non-food items grew by 14.9 per cent in July when compared with the previous year.
HMRC has announced it will be cracking down on tax-shy businesses having identified more than 800 new avoidance schemes in July.
Auto-enrolment is arguably one of the biggest changes ever made to the UK’s pension system. However, the legislation has created an administrative headache for employers.