Job descriptions are much more than just a hiring tool. They should be foundational to the talent management programme of the organisation.
Technology has been transforming personal and professional lives for quite some time. Consumers are battling to be at the forefront when it comes to the latest tech, and businesses are no different.
Ida Tin, founder of Clue, discusses why she believes her workplace should be the norm, not the minority, as well as discussing the many benefits of creating a workplace where parental leave is flexible and children are welcomed in to the office.
Having quickly outgrown its bricks and mortar setup in Glasgow, Fat Buddha Store made the decision to pursue future growth in both the physical and online spaces – taking its version of "street culture" fashion to a wider audience by embracing digital strategies.
Businesses who are considering redundancies or settlement agreements are urged to keep an eye on a consultation exercise about simplifying the tax and national insurance treatment of severance payments to employees.
Away from the swathes of technology-based startups populating the business landscape are a community of small enterprises leveraging digital techniques to expand offerings and compete with bigger players in an awe-inspiring way.
Edge Investments has received support from the British Business Bank to address the “funding drought” in Britain's creative industries with a new £40m pot to invest in high-growth enterprises.
At what point should you consider incorporating as a limited company?
As the winter begins, you want to be able to keep your office warm enough for your employees. However, by turning the heating up, you’ll be increasing your energy usage and your bills.
If you're planning to open a store, a prime location is everything – but you also need to factor in the costs involved when selecting a site. With that in mind, a study has revealed the ten most expensive retail streets in the world, which you should probably steer clear of if you're watching the pennies.
Innocent, Pret and Instagram – they've all come under fire for accepting deals with larger firms in the form of Coca-Cola, McDonald's and Facebook respectively. But what's a small company to do when a takeover opportunity arises?
Lopo Champalimaud, CEO of Wahanda, provides tips for entrepreneurs on how to attract talent, how to integrate both new skills and old skills as you scale, and the things to watch out for when recruiting new starters.