Many military veterans find themselves unemployed due to perceived stereotypes. Hoping to highlight the issue, one football club has launched the largest veteran employment scheme of any Premier League team.
Strictly Come Dancing’s former head judge, Len Goodman, has added to his skills as a ballroom dancer and TV presenter by enlisting in the SAS, or Scam Avoidance School, to help people aged 60 and over avoid being taken in by scammers.
As any leader knows, it’s not just lonely at the top. At times it’s terrifying. That mental intensity is amplified in times of change.
The Supper Club recently announced that “UK productivity per hour is 35 per cent below Germany, and that the French could produce the average British worker’s output in a week and still take Friday off”. Through motivation, however, bosses can get more out of staff.
Improved mobile connectivity, enabled by 5G, will take retailers and commercial businesses’ understanding of how customers shop to entirely new levels, a landmark new report from mobile operator O2 has concluded.
In his latest Blockchain Bytes column, Barry James looks at why Bank of England governor Mark Carney made headlines last week with his speech on the future of money – headlines which made very different reading from his published speech.
GDPR will apply to employers from 25 May 2018, updating existing regulation for the digital age. It will have a significant impact on the way employers collect, process, retain and share personal data relating to employees.