Under new regulations, UK employers with at least 250 employees will need to publicly disclose gender pay gap information from 2018. It is hoped that this radical shift in approach will help address inequality in the UK and bring it up to speed with its better performing European counterparts.
Rafael Cortes, Foehn Head of Marketing, identifies some lesser-known cost savings offered by a Cloud Phone System
For small nations looking to make a mark on the global business scene, there is a fair bit that can be learnt from Norwegian and Israeli businesses.
Brexit doesn’t seem to be dampening venture capital appetite, as Venture Pulse unveiled that the number and value
of deals increased in Q3 2016.
Despite research showing investment banks are putting money into tackling staff wellbeing, just 18 per cent of employees say firms have a positive attitude to mental health issues – and thus regard it as a taboo topic.
Lego may be designed for children, but even adults can’t resist playing with the yellow figures. How does a company achieve such irresistible engagement though? The toy brand’s senior omnichannel manager, Leif Bode Nielsen, discussed the building blocks of Lego’s physical and digital retail elements.
Leveraging the influence of “Power Couples”, Oslo Innovation Week 2016 has kicked off with an official opening from the Crown Prince and Princess of Norway.
Faster and faster broadband speeds have been a staple of industry talk for as long as I can remember. It’s defined the copper debate for years, and provided pretty much the entire context for FTTP demand – but now we’ve started focusing on service innovation.
This month, the information commissioner’ s office (ICO) fines TalkTalk for failing to adequately protect its customers’ personal data. The record-breaking £400,000 penalty followed a cyberattack of which the telecoms provider was the victim, however the incident brought to light serious failings in its data practices.
The financial services sector is broken. However, it is not broke. It still generates enormous revenue, but it does so within a system that is quickly becoming unsustainable.
Entrepreneur Guy Mucklow provides a five point contingency plan so fellow business builders don’t end up like him – the victim of a cyber hack attack.