Huge applause for the ICAEW, which called on George Osborne this week to lay off our businesses.
The saying "you live and learn" is a common one, but when you’re starting your own business, every decision matters. The decisions you make could have a direct impact on customer or vendor relationships, employees and ultimately on your bottom line.
As work / life balance worsens for many employees around the world, Sweden has taken the plunge and implemented a six-hour working day. Should we do the same
With Global Entrepreneurship Week underway, a study has found that an overwhelming 94 per cent majority of social enterprise leaders believe their businesses should be recognised seriously as pathways to do good.
If there’s one thing that’s going to make a business sit up and listen – its money, especially when it comes to avoidable fines. So, with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) listing over £800m worth of fines to businesses breaching financial principles on its website, you would think the industry would be more careful about its conduct.
Employment laws have made significant leaps and bounds over the past two years to help business women finally strike a balance between working and having a family, without having to suffer the consequences of choosing one over the other.
As digitisation continues to revise the rules of business, it is getting harder for firms to identify competitors. Not only are startups popping up left, right and centre, but well-established industry leaders are expanding beyond traditional industry sectors and regions.
British restaurant payment and loyalty service Velocity has bolstered its offering with the acquisition of complementary restaurant booking app Uncover, which works with 350 eateries in London.
As the first term reaches its conclusion, students up and down the country will be wondering whether they can generate some extra cash for Christmas and beyond.
The biggest mistake many businesses make when they recruit is only to start looking when there’s a vacancy.
A study has revealed that 64 per cent of British workers in full-time employment believe they're being underpaid, which has prompted half of them to search for new positions elsewhere.