With less than one year to go, will we really achieve Lord Davies’ 25 per cent target?
British club Birmingham City FC has revealed it suspects that funds totalling £2.5m have been “misappropriated” by a previous employee, and are lodging criminal proceedings.
It’s well reported that the expectations of an FD or CFO have grown in recent years, but Real Business is on a mission to unearth what elements of human resources and IT are taking up valuable hours in the day.
The standard business card size throughout the UK and Europe is 85x55mm. That's not a lot of space to work with, but knowing all the nifty tricks and what to do with them will work wonders, no matter how minimalistic or crowded your card may be.
Instead of issuing vote-catching headlines, the prime minister should be helping the beleaguered British businesses by adjusting personal allowances and scrapping National Insurance for lower income families.
A $5m funding round has been closed by employee reward and recognition business WorkAngel, a company set up by the co-founder of recently-acquired Grapple.
The fall in global oil prices is leaving the Government with very few options for increasing the tax yield. If oil prices stay low for another four months, there will be huge pressure on the Treasury to increase taxes soon after the election whichever party or coalition takes power.
The IMF has cut its global growth forecast for 2015 to 3.5 per cent, down 0.3 percentage points from its October prediction.
What are the key takeaways from London's menswear fashion week earlier this month? Here is how online fashion retailers can boost their sales to men.
On 18 December 2014, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) confirmed that obesity is neither a protected ground of discrimination under EU law nor a disability by itself, without some accompanying impairment. However, if obesity causes physical, mental or psychological problems that hinder a person’s ability to participate in work, it could give rise to a disability. This caused great consternation but, in fact, little has really changed in the law following this decision.
Much has been said of the impact from European deflation, the introduction of quantitative easing and the spectre of another continental recession – but how does this impact you as a business leader or owner-manager?
The New Year jobs rush could see an unprecedented high this year as 57 per cent of the UK workforce – 17.4m people – are considering moving jobs in the year ahead.