Chris Dyer is the founder and CEO of background check and intelligence firm PeopleG2, and an in-demand speaker on company culture. We caught up with him to hear what he thinks makes for a strong company culture.
The UK has become a world leader in fintech investment outpacing the US and Asia in the first six months of the year.
The much trumpeted university student fees and loans concoction is bringing on a scandal of biblical proportions. It embraces fraudulent government accounting, a debased admissions system and an army of disillusioned and over indebted graduates. The good news is the City Grump has a modest proposal.
Despite export figures being at an all-time high, concerns over regulation are holding businesses back.
Are you sitting comfortably” Because we re about to reveal the secret of how to increase employee engagement by up to 73% and profits by up to 85%.
From what we have seen in the bus and coach sector, it is common practice for businesses to buy their vehicles outright rather than consider other options such as leasing. If this has been your traditional model, it could be time for a rethink.
The most common cause leading to accidents in a vehicle fleet is a lack of compliance to driving standards. So, organisations need to take steps to gain greater insight into how drivers are behaving.
Are your workers happy” For years, companies have mistakenly believed that peak performance and employees” happiness are mutually exclusive.
The Lily Foundation works to support families affected by mitochondrial disease. Here, we caught up with director Sarah Povey to hear why businesses should get involved with small charities like this.
The Scottish government has been urged to make improving digital infrastructure a priority to help boost the number of business startups in rural areas.
Four years ago, Julianne Ponan believed a crowdfunding campaign would be the best way to raise cash for her nascent superfood business Creative Nature.
As all SMEs know, cash is king, and managing spend is crucial.