Judgment has been handed down in the Employment Appeal Tribunal case of Lock vs British Gas, first brought to the tribunal in April 2012, confirming that employers will have to pay commission as part of holiday pay.
The UK’s STEM skills crisis has placed Brits in grave peril as research has found the overall understanding of what would truly support survival of an apocalypse is lacking. Let’s hope the aliens and zombies decide to stay away for a little while longer…
Research on CFO transitions found that effectively managing time, talent and relationships is critical to a CFO's success in the first year and beyond.
Driver-based planning, rolling forecasting and automation are fast gaining prominence in boardrooms as enterprises look to maximise returns and competitiveness.
In an increasingly digital age, owners and managers of small and medium-sized businesses must be aware of the cyber risks out there and the techniques to prevent damage.
In a deal revealed at Mobile World Congress 2016, lovers of fine watches will be ensured even more luxury when wearing premium brands as MasterCard has signed up to power payments on high-end timepieces.
Employers could increase employee motivation by understanding the science behind the impact of pay and reward on employee behaviour. As such, here are five low-cost hacks to incentivising staff.
Budget gym chain Xercise4Less is about to start bulking up the size of its operation with a £7.6m investment from the Business Growth Fund (BGF) and impressive sales growth, with up to 20 new gym openings over the next year.
Auto enrolment is complex and misapprehensions aren’t uncommon. To help employers navigate their way through, NOW: Pensions has “myth busted” five of the most common incorrect assumptions.
Under a year after being named in our Everline Future 50, mobile ordering service Q App has achieved an exit through an acquisition by mobile wallet platform Yoyo Wallet. Real Business spoke with Q App’s co-founder Serge Taborin about the deal and what we can expect next.
I’ve been called a few things in my time, but, according to last week’s Sun newspaper, the latest is a "rough diamond" – a label I’m quite happy to take in the context of what I’ve achieved in my business career.
Research by Myriam Mariani and Karin Hoisl calls for action to ensure equal wages for equally performing or skilled employees – and to encourage female students to engage in scientific studies, as inventors comprise of only 4.2 per cent women.