The online shopping revolution has fundamentally changed our expectations of what a good high street retail experience should be and nowadays we rightfully expect tailored, personalised service and bespoke shopping experiences.
Before we all clock of for the festive period, it is a good opportunity to review any new employees due to start in the new year and work out a plan to onboard them into your business effectively.
Christmas is one of the most exciting peaks in any business calendar and, as with any other major event, planning starts early on.
In light of the festive mood we sought to find out what employers should or would gift staff if money wasn’t an option.
The seasonal period is a busy time for any business, especially those that need to supplement the workforce with new recruits. How do you ensure it goes smoothly?
It is often said that truly exceptional entrepreneurs are the ones that surround themselves with the best people, and it’s a pearl of wisdom that holds a lot of truth – especially at Christmas.
The festive season is upon us, and it appears staff will happily risk it all at work gatherings, spending big money – and putting hearts on the line – for the occasion.
HMRC provides a tax-free exemption of £150 per person, for everyone attending a Christmas do. Here’s how it works.
The findings are in, as consumer reactions to this year’s Christmas adverts have been revealed – but which came out on top?
Not afraid to get his hands dirty on the shop floor, Mike France explains why the seasonal rush helps bring everyone together to meet the customer needs.
UK families are set to part with 54 per cent more cash on festivities this Christmas than those across Europe.
Whether it’s lauding accomplishments or knocking failing ones down, big brands get too much attention when compared with our nation’s real business heroes.