As the 2015 Growing Business Awards Entrepreneur of the Year, Steve Jackson has one of the most interesting and unique CVs you’re likely to come across, as Real Business found out when we spoke to the winner himself.
Given the choice between a job candidate with a perfect resume and one that, well, hasn't, UPS human resources executive Regina Hartley suggested the latter may be the best option.
Those fortunate enough to have their employers host a Christmas party for staff this month aren't all pleased by the prospect of merrymaking – in fact, 54 per cent of people are actually dreading the festive corporate event.
Small UK retailers are running the risk of Christmas sales crumbling this festive season by ignoring card payment trends, says EE, which has listed the 11 cities across the country where consumers have the highest dependency on cards – and London isn't the leader.
Eating regularly with your team allows for casual conversation in a comfortable environment, which studies have claimed will boost team performance.
With Christmas being just around the corner, we tap into the optimism felt by entrepreneurs – who all seem to agree that the rewards of working hard far outweighs the negativity felt when needing to jump hurdles that get in the way.
There's a lot of emphasis put on attracting new talent to your business, but how do you retain that talent once you get it? We have spoken with UK startups and thought leaders in order to find out how to approach employee retention.
Corporate travel spending is on the rise. In 2015 it will hit a record high of $1.25tn, according to the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) in its most recent forecast. What does this mean for you?
In the shadow of Dragons’ Den, which has kickstarted as many controversies as it has entrepreneurial careers, most startup founders would avoid pitching their business on national TV. Andrew Lasota told Real Business why he decided to go on Money Pit.