Jason Taylor, group vice president of development and chief HCM scientist at Infor, takes a look at the role of behavioural science when it comes to extending the employee lifecycle.
Most successful people follow daily rituals that keep them aligned and consistent, but after some extensive research it turns out that some of their eating habits have been downright strange.
It might sound crazy but, according to Ira Chaleff, “Intelligent Disobedience,” means that employees should sometimes ignore the orders that they’re given by company owners and managers and do what they believe is right.
More than three million Brits are set to get creative during the festive period and sell handmade goods for Christmas, which is set to generate sales of £376m.
Women’s representation on the FTSE 100 has more than doubled to 26 per cent in less than five years, with “realistic, achievable and stretching targets for businesses” being a key driver of progress, according to former trade minister Lord Davies.
Is flexible working allowed at your company? According to Anne Cantelo, the founder and MD of Onyx Media and Communications, a Soho-based PR agency, more SMEs should allow employees to work flexibly.
Geeta Sidhu Robb was feeding her baby son one day when he suddenly came out in hives and developed difficulties breathing. Although she didn’t know it at the time, he was having an anaphylactic attack and was at risk of death.
With a population of over 1.35bn, the world’s largest, China is an exciting and dynamic market for UK businesses. Dennis Lin, Head of China Desk at Santander UK, tells us why UK businesses should look to the Chinese market when thinking about exporting – as part of our four-part country series.
There’s too much talk today about embracing failure, according to Matthew Robinson, group development director at digital content provider The Moment, who is also of the belief that the idea is misplaced.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is cracking down on tax dodgers by increasing the amount of investigations launched into UK businesses. Here is how you can reduce the risk of a tax investigation of your business.
These essential tips will facilitate success when taking your business abroad.
The recent European Court of Justice ruling that the travel time of "mobile" workers with no fixed office location now counts as work time has major repercussions for a range of UK industries.