A study of professionals globally has revealed that job satisfaction varies largely, depending on the sector, country and company size in which employees work.
You don’t need to be Arkwright to appreciate the business benefits of being open all hours. Yet a surprising number of B2B companies have the metaphorical “closed sign” in the shop window at times when customers are poised to make a purchase.
For the last decade, Silicon Valley has widely espoused the virtues of failing to succeed. But it’s not the only mindset leaders should embrace: the right direction for you may not necessarily be the one you first envisioned – so says Jesse Eisenberg.
Though the UK may have experienced a belated and unexpected heatwave, the summer holidays have come to an unwelcome end. Children are back at school, you can’t get a seat on the train and people have returned to work, slightly sunburnt and downcast with a case of holiday blues.
Having previously operated its Facebook at Work product in a beta mode, the social media giant has rebranded it Workplace and published a pricing structure.
Mauricio Munguia, head of Latin America Desk at Santander UK, gives his views on the main opportunities and challenges that the Mexican export market offers.
We all have our favourites when it comes to food and drink, which can be a headache for a new brand entering the scene with an unconventional proposition. However, if you want to sell the unique, you need the same approach when it comes to the marketing.
If you have your heart set on becoming an entrepreneur, do you really need to attend university? Here’s why some of Britain’s most successful SME founders chose to be university dropouts.