Having children can be extremely challenging, even at the best of times. Tie that in with working and, without the right mindset, it can seem very overwhelming.
Returning to work after maternity leave is an emotionally draining transition for many women, so here’s how companies can make the process better.
Charlie Mullins opens fire, declaring universities are cash-hungry fraudsters and insisting schoolchildren needn’t buy into them for business success.
A new study from Barclays has revealed there’s a significant number of aspiring entrepreneurs among the schoolchildren of the UK.
The UK’s working fathers are prepared to sideline their careers for improved work-life balance and family time, the 2017 Modern Families Index has revealed.
In order to create a better work-life balance and generate more time to spend with family, 38 per cent of British millennial mothers have revealed they plan to start a business.
First impressions count in every walk of life; they can be the difference between landing a job, contract or investment and walking away empty handed.
According to Dragons’ Den investor Peter Jones, Britain’s business growth can be secured by teaching five-year-olds the way of entrepreneurship – particularly as the country is in the process of future planning for leaving the European Union.
Car parking app JustPark previously set the largest investment deal on equity crowdfunding platform Crowdcube with a £3.5m investment, but it’s been dethroned as digital banking service goHenry has set a new record.
Starting up a childcare business is very rewarding, but it will require a lot of personal commitment, long hours and financial investment. Are you ready?
Sustainability is not a new concept; from the tax on plastic bags and green businesses to zero waste restaurants and homes, we are all aware of the fragility of our planet’s resources. But why is it important that youngsters are aware of sustainable business concepts though?