Weak leadership is costing British businesses £4.1bn every year in staff turnover alone.
Business chiefs need to break a "culture of acceptance" amongst their employees to curb expenses fraud and save over £100m a year.
In a report published in February by the Centre for Enterprise and Economic Development Research (CEEDR), small and medium-sized businesses that manage time well were found to be a fifth more likely to achieve higher growth margins than those that don't. Could this focus the minds of many SME owners to make the most of their time in the office?
While launching a new business, entrepreneurs need all the help and support they can muster. Shaun Pulfrey spent four years developing the Tangle Teezer business to make it the success it is today – selling in over 65 countries and turning over £20m. It was whilst untangling this journey that Pulfrey turned to his mum for guidance, support and advice.