Analysis by PwC has found that if the proportion of Brits aged 20-24 who are not in employment, education or training (NEETs) was as low as that of Germany, then UK GDP could be boosted by three per cent – an equivalent of around £55bn.
According to CEO Dido Harding, TalkTalk received a ransom demand from a group claiming to be behind a major attack on its customer database.
Claiming on their work health insurance, employees from Netflix and Facebook can receive treatment including hormone therapy and sex-reassignment surgeries.
The manager of Liverpool-based football team Everton, Roberto Martinez, has launched a new club providing a way for fans to do business with each other.
Monsoon and Accessorize have been “named and shamed” by the government for failing to pay 1,438 of its UK store staff the national minimum wage (NMW) – all because of its dress code.
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There is an obsession about hiring new graduates into companies, but Hugo Eales argues it's time to give everyone else a chance.
Setting up a successful mentoring programme in your business could benefit not only your employees, but also your bottom line. Here are five steps to setting up a mentoring programme.
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Preparing and launching a business overseas, whether it’s in Europe or further afield, is an exciting time for any company, but one with inherent challenges. Here are six tips to help you get started.
Engagement on social media is more than replying to tweets and knocking out the occasional Facebook status update.
Access to finance from traditional bodies is difficult for British businesses, but a new European Commission-backed scheme has unlocked £100m worth of loans for the country's SMEs from the European Investment Fund and Barclays.