With some businesses experiencing a rise in productivity as staff work remotely, many firms are re-evaluating the purpose of their office space. HR Consultant at The Spectra Group, Tahlia Morton shares her views on what this may mean for the future workplace.
The pandemic had a significant effect on various commercial property types – primarily office spaces, hospitality venues and retail outlets. Nataliya Healey, Partner at Primas Law and specialist commercial real estate lawyer, shares her view.
Following one of the most difficult years in decades there is an increased appetite for real change. Thom Dennis, CEO at Serenity in Leadership, shares ten reasons why diversity is so vital and may well be the key to healthier times in 2021.
Improvise, adapt and overcome is a phrase often used to describe the process of resilience. But this only describes the process and does nothing to tell us how we can be good at it. Richard Lawrence, CEO of CounterStrike explains how businesses can use the theory of wargaming to become more resilient and grow stronger teams.
As we rapidly approach the end of 2020 it’s clear that many charitable organisations may not last the winter, let alone into 2021 and beyond. Can businesses help charities survive into 2021, asks Dr Nik Kotecha OBE.
As a company, it is important to be aware of the process and the correct steps that should be taken when employing someone new.
Copyright law arose to protect human-centred creativity from being copied. But should AI-generated content be afforded the same protections? Rebecca Deegan shares the views of the British Copyright Council
As we say farewell to 2020 there are plenty of positives to take from this year of change and challenges. Magnus Geverts at Calabrio sums up the lessons learned and reveals his top 3 predictions for 2021.
Juggle Jobs founder Romanie Thomas responds to Jessica Butcher’s comments about women’s rights in the context of her recent appointment to the EHRC
Uday Tank explains how teaching English to foreign learners (TEFL) works and outlines the six countries that may hire non-native English speakers to do so.
While the Government has extended the deadline past January 2021 in some cases, food producers, manufacturers and retailers need to prepare for new requirements for food labelling coming into force on 1 January 2021, warns legal expert Amy Peacey
If you’re a UK business with goods you need to move in or out of Europe, you should move them NOW, before potential tariffs post 1st January 2021. Tax expert Andrew Oury explains.