Before the bitter chill blew across the UK, I was fortunate enough to stay at a Cheval Residences location in Kensington, where I spoke to the luxury travel firm’s boss.
The bibliophile and author, Anatole France, once said: “It is well for the heart to be naïve and the mind not to be.” Britain in 2017 has seen far too many examples economic naivety – the heart ruling the head.
Conference calls are becoming the new norm as younger generations, which have grown up with the technology, make them an office staple.
New research has shed light on the growing number of gig workers operating in the British economy.
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Some business owners may benefit from additional services such as site works, and may not realise their supplier can offer them. Here’s an overview of what’s available.
Christmas is one of the most exciting peaks in any business calendar and, as with any other major event, planning starts early on.
As of June 2018, Emirates will launch a hub at London Stansted Airport in a bid to connect businesses in the east of England to Dubai.
The reality is that everyone has a gender, a race, a sexuality and this year has raised profound questions for all of us as we think about our identity in the workplace.
Working remotely is becoming increasingly common, and it is projected that this trend will continue. But what implications does this have for employees, and in particular, for their engagement?