Canvas GFX CEO, Pat Hume explores the topic of ageism and its effect on career progression.
An event Ed Reeves attended this month made him feel rather reflective. It forced him to stop and think about being an entrepreneur and how he and his sister came to own Moneypenny – what it’s done to him and how he’s changed.
Looking for a change? Job marketplace Glassdoor has revealed the top 25 jobs that the UK has to offer in 2016, with the ranking based on salaries, opportunities and job openings – perhaps it’s time for you to look for a new career path.
Finding talented employees who can drive your business forward is no easy task. Recently however, the difficulties faced by recruiters have been compounded by the digital skills gap, which shows no sign of abating. With that in mind, we’ve got seven suggestions to make the hiring process easer.
People want to make a certain impression and impact when it comes to their social media profiles, and that's the same can be said when it comes to a job interview – although those impressions are probably worlds apart. As such, research has found you should think twice about that new selfie.
Having lost his seat during the May general election, Stephen Lloyd has taken up a role as business development director at West End – as part of a change in career direction.
According to the Prince's Initiative for Mature Enterprise, there are 4.17m self-employed workers in the UK, of which 42 per cent are over 50. Here are five entrepreneurs, aged 52 and over, that didn't let old age stop them.
At a time when UK PLC is crying out for young digital talent to help fuel economic growth, a new poll commissioned by O2 sheds light on parents’ ambition for their children.
It's been a year full of high-profile resignations, from Barclays over the BBC all the way to Yahoo (and the vatican, of course).
A surprising number of business leaders say their new year's resolution is looking for a new job, but only few are confident of securing one in the current economic climate.
Every summer when the A-level and GCSE results are published, the "university vs work" argument begins to rage.