Despite recent doom and gloom claims, the high street isn’t dead. After years of people shouting “long live online”, 85 per cent of retail still takes place offline and with more pure online retailers than ever launching bricks and mortar spaces; the question is why?
Finance bosses may be confident about current retention and recruitment strategies, but that hasn’t prevented them from being victim to the dreaded skills gap.
A recent study has found that there is something of a perception gap between businesses and investors in terms of what makes a successful scale-up company.
Each year, in excess of £100m is being lost to UK companies through falsified and exaggerated costs.
We take a look at why UK companies have signed up to the voluntary Living Wage rate – and the benefits resultant of this decision.
Social Media Week has just begun. All over the world professionals will be discussing the latest trends and best practices for making the most out of corporate channels – and it represents a fantastic opportunity for your business to do the same.
Charlie Mullins takes a dive into the current productivity puzzle Britain is trying to solve, touching on training, wages and the new snowflake generation.
Online retailer Amazon has created a dedicated small business page to showcase smaller retailers capitalising on the Black Friday sales rush.
Tony Glass, VP and GM EMEA at Skillsoft, discusses the rapid evolution of the modern workforce and how this should be reflected in new approaches to learning and development.
Tony Gale, HR solutions expert at Access Group, shares his thoughts on how businesses can become a destination employer – a company with the ability to consistently attract and retain the very best talent.