My HR people tell me there is a shortage of good administrators – and this would certainly be reflected in my own current and frustrating attempts to add quality staff to our offices.
In 2010, Sheryl Sandberg delivered a speech that offered three pieces of advice to women aiming for the C-suite. We took a look at one of her tips.
It’s not just Ranulph Fiennes who enjoys thrill-seeking, and often life-endangering, activities – Real Business discovered as much by rounding up the UK leaders who love nothing more than getting their adrenaline pumping when they leave the boardroom.
While the education gap between men and women may be narrowing, a global study highlighted that these advances are failing to bring equal access to quality jobs and government representation.
In a bid to encourage healthy lifestyles and creativity among youngsters, Dragons’ Den entrepreneur Levi Roots has helmed a cooking crusade this will result in a tie-up with superhero-fused event MCM London Comic Con.
Building a security operations centre (SOC) capability is a complicated and time consuming exercise and often does not deliver the value or results that organisations desire.
Growing businesses invest considerable time and energy pursuing new contracts – the bigger the better. However, securing a big win can increase pressure on the business and it is important to plan ahead to ensure the right resources are in place to support its rapid growth.
With just days to go, over 36,000 runners across the UK are gearing up to take on the notorious London marathon. So what should you do when an employee decides to take on the challenge?
The British workforce already has a penchant for working late hours, but research has suggested that a Brexit could make things far worse.
After £450,000 worth of shares in London-based football team Tottenham Hotspur were traded on 21 April, at their highest price since the club de-listed from the stock market, a market capitalisation of £426m was achieved.
On 6 April 2016, changes to the Pay As You Earn (PAYE) system came into effect, affecting any employers who provide benefits to their employees. Put simply, Benefits in Kind (BiK) are benefits that employees receive that do not come in the form of cash.
Each Friday we bring you the week’s top ten most read stories from Real Business, and today’s rundown includes leadership wisdom from the Queen to mark her 90th birthday, the fashion brands that have caught the attention of private equity firms and more.