The stories in the media about misconduct that managers see and then report, or the unethical behaviour of managers that is witnessed and then reported by their peers or line reports, seem to alternate.
The subject of loyalty programmes is more topical than ever, with today’s brands falling over themselves to win customers and grow a loyal fan base. However, in doing so many are in fact turning consumers away by failing to properly engage with them. Indeed, Gartner suggests that brands have been disengaging them for over a decade, in a bid to lower costs.
One of the most intriguing platforms to emerge out of the social media boom of recent years is Tumblr. The site has quickly become one of the most popular destinations on the net, yet many brands stay away out of ignorance.
It’s important to consider the legal implications of your business at the beginning of its growth push.
PhD graduates from University of Sheffield, Alex Baker and Chris Rose, have launched a a galactic enterprise that will send personalised packages into space, with each mission to be filmed.
The British might be known across the world for their reserve, but it seems they aren’t so tight-lipped in the office.
"Big data is here to stay", according to entrepreneur Chris Cooper – who is an example of where an SME is utilising the resource.
Real-time video business Grabyo has turned to the sports arena in its efforts to secure growth capital – and gained backing from the football and basketball worlds.
BizEquity has created the first and leading online business valuation platform. With Miles Frost, MD of boutique private equity firm Frost Brooks, having invested in the company earlier this year, we decided to take a closer look at what made them different to their offline competitors.
Religious discrimination: Do offices that celebrate Christmas open themselves up to religious discrimination claims?
My pessimistic side appears to be being vindicated now as British manufacturers estimate their output for the next three months make grim reading.
The average office is bound to include desks, chairs, laptops and phones. What you certainly wouldn’t expect is slides, swings, space hoppers and tree houses!