Longer working hours and staff not taking breaks: it’s no wonder the UK has been nicknamed “Burnout Britain”. Staff wellbeing has lost its place on some employers’ agendas – but if it’s cost you’re worrying about, then you’ve yet to hear employee health can be secured on a budget.
Facebook Pages is having a slight makeover, which will see call-to-action buttons allow people to shop then and there, get a quote and move around more seamlessly.
Company culture is quite the buzzword, but it really can have a noticeable impact for businesses. And with 450m professional members globally, LinkedIn has access to a vast library of employee loves and hates, and has supplied Real Business with some juicy Corporate Insights.
Toyota is, and has been for many years, an undisputed top-dog in the global automotive industry. Notwithstanding its well-documented recall-driven blip in the early part of this decade, the firm remains the world’s largest automobile manufacturer and is well-placed to deliver insight on how to achieve continuous improvement.
In what was deemed 2015’s largest legal battle, the animation community filed a class-action lawsuit against DreamWorks alleging wage theft and unfair competition – and the studio is now prepared to reach a settlement.
The unique mixture of intense public scrutiny and vast amounts of money can make football management a cruel world. But the issues thrown up by the high profile departure of Sam Allardyce are by no means confined to football.
After a record breaking year for M&A in 2015, Reuters figures have shown that merger activity over the first three quarters of 2016 has slowed significantly.