The Supper Club recently created a report, entitled Talent Tactics, highlighting the need for bosses to attract and retain millennials. While it delves into career progression and a need for better employee-employer relationships, we were intrigued by its look at corporate social responsibility and brand purpose.
Philip Hammond has announced in his first Spring Statement that Britain’s next business rates revaluation will take place one year earlier than planned, in 2021.
If someone was to ask me what is the single most important function of my role as managing director is, I would say: developing and investing in my leadership team.
Mungo Park gives his thoughts on a period in his company’s growth when winning new business has meant losing important time and money.
In the latest GDPR doctors article, expert Mark Weston of Hill Dickinson explains the importance of transparency and consumer consent.
Coca-Cola will be launching its first alcoholic beverage in Japan. It will come in the form of “chu-hi,” a canned alcopop. According to Jorge Garduno, president of the company’s Japanese division, the move “makes sense” given the increasing demand for such drinks.
Ahead of the chancellor’s first ever Spring Statement on 13 March, Philip Hammond has been called upon to use his speech to tackle late payment culture.
Half of international businesses are concerned about disparities between global mobility programs and talent management processes. How can bosses make sure they are engaging in strategies that provide maximum benefit to their brand?