Following recent allegations of a bullying culture in Westminster, bullying in the workplace has once again become a topical issue. So what legal obligations do employers face to ensure bullying-free workplaces?
The most fundamental argument for increasing diversity in hiring is that there is a large, partially untapped pool of talent that has been previously overlooked.
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.
Your business is GDPR compliant ahead of deadline, but the job’s not done until your staff are clued up. If they know next to nothing about it, all that hard work will be ineffective, says Nigel Davies, founder of digital workplace Claromentis.
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic Calendar where Muslims carry out a period of religious observance, including fasting, prayer and self-reflection.
With research showing that nearly half of high-skilled EU workers are considering leaving the UK in the next five years, George Koureas, a partner at immigration law firm Fragomen, explains what SME owners can do to retain EU talent.
Some businesses, including coffee chains and high street retailers, are using the Apprenticeship Levy in ways which it wasn’t designed for.
With so much time, money and effort spent on the daily running of the business, marketing can often be the first thing SME owners forego.
Slow consumer demand on the high street is combining badly with spikes in inflation to create a tricky situation for business owners, who are spending less time planning for Brexit as a result. Whether or not this is ‘head in the sand’ behaviour is up for debate.
News on self-driving cars alternate between the good, the bad and the catastrophic. It’s hard to make out where we stand between all the hyperbolic media messages.