Whether you’re leading a team at a corporate company or running your own business, there’s more to becoming a successful leader than the title.
New research reveals that British businesses are still biased when it comes to hiring from a pool of the country’s social elite.
January is the month when employees are most likely to hand in their notice. What can be done to make them stay?
Energy is absolutely vital to staff happiness and work productivity. But employers have to take the time to invest in it to create positive change.
The UK’s gig economy has more than doubled in size to 4.7 million people in the past three years. What are the reasons behind this massive growth?
There has never been a greater desire for companies to establish a great culture, but how do you mould one that reflects your ideals?
The culture of how we work has undergone immense change over the last thirty years. But why has it? And how will it continue to change?
Office cliques hamper team productivity and can force the good staff out of your business. Here’s how to manage this ‘Mean Girls’ style situation.
The results of a recent survey indicate that British VCs are as white and male as ever. How can firms stop missing out on lucrative opportunities that diverse staff, founders and businesses offer?
When uncontrolled changes taking place in a business are met by a lack of energy among financial teams – the results can be devastating.
Company culture can make or break any growing business. We spoke to the judges of this year’s SME Culture Leaders initiative (held in partnership with specialist HR software company Breathe) to work out what the winning formula is for making the list. Here’s the scoop.
Like all sectors, manufacturing and engineering businesses want to attract the highest calibre of person they possibly can. Read on to find out how.