Nearly half of businesses in the capital say that London is facing a skills shortage, with particular concern over the lack of IT skills.
Every company, large or small, has a brand or product name which is relied upon by members of the public to repeat their experience. It is often said that the brand is one of the most important assets to a business and yet it is surprising how many have failed to register their brand as a trademark.
Shalini Khemka, CEO of E2Exchange, one of the UK’s leading institutes for entrepreneurs, outlines her views on alternative finance and whether the Government is really doing enough to help SMEs access desperately needed funding.
According to a recent survey, workers are most stressed out by long hours, rude/unhappy clients and problems with devices.
A recent survey from Basware and MasterCard found that, although a majority of respondents said suppliers should be paid on time, more than half (57 per cent) said they had delayed payment on purpose.
Roger Sumner-Rivers, founder and MD of ParcelHero, discusses why he has turned away from traditional funding methods and embraced crowdfunding to expand his business.
More than three quarters of FTSE 100 companies have made changes to their remuneration arrangements in the past 12 months.
The UK recovery may be the envy of its Eurozone neighbours, but the country's economic revival remains fragile.
You are the right-hand man to your CEO. But who do you turn to for advice?
Just 54 per cent of Britons think businesses make a positive contribution to society, a new YouGov survey for the CBI has found.
With the increasing use of social media, the opportunity for employees to cause damage to their employers’ business and brand is now considerable. Case law is gradually providing us with some guidance as to how employers can manage their employees’ use of social media to protect their business.