With a number of high-profile cases seemingly normalising expenses abuse, Adam Reynolds explains why workplace culture is key to fighting fraud.
Step aside gentlemen, women are rediscovering whisky. As the percentage of females drinking whisky in the UK steadily increases, past attitudes of women being unable to make whisky are fading away.
Our workplaces today are full of kind, hard-working and well intentioned managers who don’t realise that they are actually being cruel to some of their staff.
New research from the Asset Based Finance Association (ABFA) has shown that small businesses are being paid 11 days later than at the peak of the recession, with the average wait now sitting at 72 days.
Julie Kenny, chair and chief executive of Rotherham-based security alarm manufacturer Pyronix, believes the government should look seriously at slashing the cost of university fees by as much as 50 per cent for engineering students – but only if they join the industry immediately after graduation.
It’s one of the business world’s more annoying sayings, revealing little and very much sitting on the fence. But fear not, “cautious optimism” is on its way out!