Mental exhaustion is nothing new for working mums, but the pandemic has brought a whole new meaning of fatigue, with some unable to do either job as a mum or as a business owner, well. Founders of The Positive Planners and mental health campaigners, Ali McDowall and Finn Prevett discuss the reality of being a working-mum amidst the pandemic.
This International Women’s Day we once again turn our attention to gender equality in the workplace. It’s an important opportunity to take stock of progress and look forwards to what more we can all do to ensure a culture of female inclusion in organisations from entry-level, right to the top.
This year has fundamentally altered the approach businesses will take to their real estate portfolios. Within the course of a few days – or even overnight – business premises were vacated and, ten months later, many remain empty or at very low occupancy.
Competition is instilled in us from a young age, usually with good intentions to improve performance. But has competition forced us to kill collaboration, stifle motivation and actually hold us back? Olympian, former diplomat, business coach and author of ‘The Long Win’, Dr Cath Bishop, discusses how to do competition collaboratively as opposed to the win/lose binary thinking.
The UK’s leading black female barrister, Paula Rhone-Adrien talks on the prejudice she’s faced in the workplace and how the #BLM movement reminded her that she cannot be fearful for the good of the cause.
The scare of cinemas dying out has been the fear for movie enthusiasts even before the pandemic, but has the death of cinemas become a reality or is it just scaremongering? John Sullivan, founding director of The Big Picture Global Cinema Consultancy tells all.
2021 has been a busy year already for copyright legislators and regulators around the world, Rebecca Deegan of the British Copyright Council catches us up.
The ONS continues to report an increasing number of people losing their jobs and businesses being forced into insolvency, with two thirds of businesses said to be at risk of collapse. Stephen O?Dowd, Senior Director of Litigation Funding at Harbour explains how litigation funding can help companies survive these unprecedented times.
With employees working effectively from home, will we start to see the 9-5 working day become more fluid? Business Psychologist, Nelson Furtado explores.
With many property investors looking elsewhere as residential buy to let becomes less attractive, Gary Hemming of ABC Finance takes a closer look at the merits of commercial property investment.
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.