With the recent concerns around a skills shortage, it's no wonder that recruitment has been a headache for firms. And despite firms being more confident about the economy, the hiring process is still time-consuming and often eats into valuable business time. But although you may not be involved in a hefty battle for being rude, your reputation will still be on the line.
British Gas FD is set to take the top finance role in Heathrow, following José Leo's departure in March.
On 30 January, London-based Lowdownapp received a 104 page letter from giant Nokia, which threatened legal action regarding its trademark of the word HERE, or HERE sign as they call it.
Ryanair has shown that businesses can adapt to a new kind of consumer, one that expects more personalised service and on-demand interaction.
Property Ladder presenter Sarah Beeny has become a famous face in the housing sector, but her habit of playing Cupid also inspired her to set up dating site MySingleFriend.com ten years ago – a time when online dating wasn't nearly as common as it is today.
A tale of two workforces is emerging in the UK. There has been an increasing pay divide between companies that can now afford to increase wages by two per cent or more and those that are stuck in a pay freeze.
Deborah Findlay has been named the new finance director of law firm Taylor Wessing.
Many women in tech seeking female role models currently look towards the most visible, the headline-makers, like Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg and Yahoo’s Marissa Meyer. However, as amazing as those women are, the 'Inspiring Fifty' made it their mission to showcase the many accomplished, and all-too-often overlooked women in technology a lot closer to home.
We sat down with Mike McGee, co-founder and creative director of Framestore, about the evolution from four-person startup to winning an Academy Award for Best Visual Effects for work on sci-fi film Gravity, and what skills employees require to fit the company's diverse operation.
Only four months after founder Julian Dunkerton stepped down of the clothing brand he set up, SuperGroup has suffered another executive casualty in the form of COO Susanne Given.
Paul Pomroy has taken over as managing director of McDonald’s UK, having first joined the business in 1996 as a real estate analyst.
Innovative startups such as Spotify are disrupting traditional industries, but what can a disruptor do when the incumbent giants wake up?