Although the UK is experiencing a skills gap crisis, new research suggests it may remain that way as young people admit they’re snubbing employment within companies in order to start their own operations that they can run from home.
According to Halebury co-founder Janvi Patel, UK employers are extremely ill-equipped to deal with Generation Z (born 1994 to 2010 and entering the workforce this year).
When people talk about the benefits of digital information, it’s speed and efficiency they tend to focus on – and rightly so. It’s the ability to instantly share digital data which is helping to transform just about every aspect of our lives – including the way we work.
What is your first thought when one of your employees is injured? Most managers will be concerned with the employee’s welfare first. Ensuring that the cause of the injury is dealt with is usually the next priority.
Mr. Muscle might love the jobs you hate, but it remains to be seen if personal assistants feel the same way. Entrepreneurs and business executives have given their PAs some absolutely ludicrous tasks to deal with, which they've revealed, while Richard Branson's former assistant of 32 years shares her moment of madness.
Bhanu Choudhrie is a director at London-headquartered private equity firm C & C Alpha Group, which has investments globally. And while money isn’t a problem for him now, his humble beginnings in unpaid jobs, such as car valet for his father, means he understands the true value of money as an investor.
Just recently we have seen a report which looks into Mark Clarke’s conduct, the Tory who has been accused of bullying and was named in Elliott Johnson’s suicide note – a colleague who had previously made complaints against Clarke.