Due to Brexit uncertainty, more companies are trying to forge better relationships with suppliers.
Jane Crosby, Partner at law firm Hart Brown, outlines the redundancy process, explaining what procedures an employer needs to put in place and what a person’s rights are in a redundancy situation
Financial advisor Rik Snuiverink provides tips on how budding entrepreneurs can raise finance through online means.
Selling a business is an exciting, life-changing event. Without proper planning, however, there is a risk that after you die a large proportion of the proceeds might go to HMRC in the form of Inheritance Tax.
Negative feedback shouldn’t be seen as a bad thing. People learn from their mistakes, after all. But take some time to come up with a game plan before giving staff criticism.
Each country has a different, yet remarkable way of conducting business and if you?get them wrong, your meeting could be over before it has even begun.
Impostor syndrome affects the way we feel around people at work. Here we unveil what it does to the day-to-day office routine and how to live with it.
Everyone has imagined life during a zombie apocalypse. While we are unlikely to ever experience the reality of such an outbreak, preparing for the worst has always been a valuable business exercise.
According to Melissa Powell, COO of the Allure Group, Disney and Pixar movies deliver great leadership advice.
With the right training and development, today’s graduates will be the business leaders of tomorrow. Samantha Caine, managing director at Business Linked Teams, explains how this metamorphosis can take shape.
From CEOs to job candidates, public speaking skills and the confidence that comes with it, are highly bankable elements in business.
Umami is that magical, almost mythical, fifth taste beyond sweet, salty, sour and bitter. In gastronomy, this Japanese word is associated with balance and savoury delectability. In business, it’s the difference between good and exceptional.