Only a fraction of employees feel their organisation met their needs during the initial months of the COVID-19 pandemic. What does this mean for you?
When people are working together on a daily basis, conflict is inevitable. While it’s impossible to avoid conflicts altogether, if handled right, constructive conflict can actually work to bring a team closer together. We hear from experts about how to successfully manage conflict within a team.
The team at Barcelona based tech firm, Iomob have used their period of self-isolation to build an app that ensures safer travel during COVID-19.
In this exclusive Real Business guide, we look at how SME employers can adopt interview techniques to help them select the best candidates for the role while remaining legally compliant.
Conflict in the workplace is something none of us want to deal with. Unless you have the patience of a saint, you’ve probably come across someone at work whose personality clashes with your own.
Communicating in the workplace is no longer a simple task. Years ago it couldn’t have been easier – if you wanted to talk to someone or get something done, then you would just pick up the phone. There’s now a plethora of tech-based options, but you needn’t be a slave to them.
As the employers grapple with decisions around how to bring people back to the office, fairness around office rota decisions and implementation is a top employee concern.
Ryan Trost, CTO and co-founder of ThreatQuotient discusses the impacts of relying on the cloud as nearly all businesses had to operate from home. As more remote employees placed vital data into the cloud, this creates more entry points that are vulnerable and open for cyber attackers to exploit.
Professor Richard Kneller, University of Nottingham, explains why cloud computing is driving business growth.
85% of UK workers admit to slacking off when working from home according to a new survey of over 2000 UK employees.
American author, business coach and influencer, Jeff Wolf writes about the biggest lessons Shark Tank can teach you about communication skills.
Despite the coronavirus-led dent on the travel sector, vacation rental company Holidu is growing rapidly and eyes further expansion with funding from former Booking.com CEO Kees Koolen.