A survey from market research firm IPSOS, and Workspace Futures Team Steelcase, found 85 per cent of office workers are dissatisfied with their working environment.
The UK’s great talent mismatch is hitting the technology sector particularly hard. While Intellect, the UK’s technology trade association, estimates that around 100,000 people are required to move into the digital sector each year, a worryingly small proportion of candidates has the combination of experience and knowledge that employers seek to drive their business into the future.
When considering an exit, you should consider all options open to you, so that the best exit route can be selected. Selling the business to a strategic acquirer, while a popular choice, is not the only exit route.
Ian Coyne lays out the concept of an 'emotional bank' in this guest post, and how to keep 'in credit' with your coworkers and employees.
In his recent “Powerhouse of the North” speech, Chancellor George Osborne stressed the need for a “Northern hub”, achieved in part through increased connectivity between great business cities such as Manchester, Liverpool, Newcastle and Leeds. His answer: a high speed rail connection, the so-called HS3.
'Cooking the books' – the not-so-nice euphemism for misreporting accounts – is, unfairly, the facet of the finance profession which probably gets reported the most in the news.
The financial reporting council today unveiled changes to the Corporate Governance Code designed to place a great emphasis on long-termism when setting executive pay.
New employment figures from ONS taken between May and July 2014 represent an ongoing trend toward greater employment and a falling rate of unemployment.
The Labour Party is reportedly considering the expansion of levies to boost the use of Business Improvement Districts (BIDs), business-funded bodies aimed at improving the High Street.
When a field service organisation is implementing any change to the way it works, whether it is rolling out new technology or processes or ways of working, there are a number of challenges which need to be overcome and key criteria for success that need to be realised in order to achieve a successful outcome.
Emmanuel Garcin, Chief Operating Officer at open source CMS provider Jahia, discusses how businesses can ensure their new website launch goes to plan.
When it comes to advertising, professionals always emphasise the importance of creative ideas. Why not take using Google Maps as an example?