This week Sir David Walker, former chairman of Barclays, has said that CEOs should be sacked after five or six years to prevent them becoming "untouchable and unaccountable". Wise words, but how realistic is this?
Telling employees they are going to be laid off is never an easy task. But with Jack Dorsey swinging the axe on his team within his first few months as CEO, we took a look at how he revealed the news as an example for bosses contemplating making a similar tough decision.
Employers expect employees to get to work on time. Occasional problems with traffic or family issues sometimes make employees late, but chronic tardiness is another thing altogether, a court has found.
Here are five must-read tips to help protect your business from annoyed ex-employees.
Businesses of Britain, do something serious to improve customer service experiences – fire your miserable people!
Grant Thornton predicts more job cuts and pay freezes for SMEs in the year ahead, particularly in the South West, West and Wales.
It’s not always easy to utter the words “you’re fired”. So what’s the best way to give Sam in sales the boot?