Two black men were arrested at a Starbucks in Philadelphia for reasons no one can explain. They were allegedly waiting inside the store to meet someone before the police took them away. After footage of the ordeal came to the surface, Starbucks took quick action.
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Wetherspoon has gone against the grain by shutting down all its social media accounts. While there might be consequences, it raises the question of whether social media is necessary for business.
How not to handle misdemeanours can perhaps best be highlighted by football managers. Having looked at the subject in great detail, Viking explained that “the pressure cooker of football management can sometimes get the better of even the most high-profile managers.”
While much happened in March 2018, the UK largely focussed on recruitment and ways to retain top and international talent.
After years of protecting our borders and keeping peace, the return to civilian life can be difficult for many military veterans. A new awards programme recognises British ex-forces in business, shining a light on a unique group of business owners with an incomparable set of skills.
A new House of Lords report revealed that the UK could become a leader in developing AI. It has called on the government to support businesses in the field.
Studio Ghibli movies have long inspired viewers to dream of fantastical worlds. But there’s more we can learn from the animation house than just telling a story – innovation, collaboration, diversity of thought and empathy all helped boost the company to success after all.
The movie Ready Player One is an example of how we could live in a virtual reality world. But how far off are we from achieving such a lifestyle? And what would the business landscape look like?
Irish UFC fighter Conor McGregor recently attacked a bus full of fellow fighters. His actions had significant consequences. Not only was he arrested, three competitors were pulled from arguably the UFC’s biggest card of the year.
Kemi Badenoch admitted to hacking another MP’s website as a prank, before she was elected. But while she may have been forgiven for the deed, it has flung the CMA back into headlines.
The deadline for the first gender pay gap reports has now passed, with the alleged difference in median hourly wages being 18.4 per cent.
At a time when the next generation of graduates enter the workplace, companies are facing an ongoing challenge of creating a technological environment that not only enables new recruits to fulfil their potential but improve the efficiency of the business as well.