Business women from Berlin and London unite in rally cry to big corporates to break down barriers and hire more LBGT staff and immigrants for the good of the economy. Here’s why.
Has World Cup fever made you more open to doing business in Russia Crown World Mobility’s cultural expert Alyssa Bantle shares her top tips.
While I hate to be the legal voice of doom in what will be a carnival-like atmosphere, excitement over the World Cup could throw up some interesting and tricky issues for employers which have the potential to escalate.
Many SMEs are cautious about investing in new technology and adopting new ways of working. A shortage of time, money and technical knowledge creates a fear of change and perpetuates a “why fix it if it isn’t broken” attitude, which is understandable on many levels.