Prime minister Theresa May has repeatedly confirmed her intention to create a hostile environment for illegal migrants. But whilst the word “illegal” might conjure up an image of clandestine entry, it’s surprisingly easy for a law-abiding individual to be labelled as such.
When it comes to partners in crime prevention, Simon Gordon and Nick Fisher are two names to keep on the watch list. Real Business went to get some help with its enquiries.
Immigration lawyer Katrina Cooper provides detailed advice for employers wishing to hire skilled, non-EEA migrants in the UK.
No office rent, no daily commute to work, the most loyal employees – what's not to like about flexible working” Some of the UK's brightest entrepreneurs reveal the benefits of working from home, and explain why they think it's the future.
While Yahoo! and co publicly stand up against remote working, the cyber office is more popular than ever.
Marissa Mayer's ban on home working might inspire a few business leaders to follow her lead, but on what grounds can an employer decline the request for flexible working”
Charlie Mullins agrees with Yahoo!'s new policy and says that working from home is bad for nurturing business relationships.
A new survey shows that two in five workers now save commuting time by working remotely for at least half the week.
Flexible working is good for your health, your relationships, and for business. Steve Purdy makes a strong case for turning the time wasted commuting into productivity.
Out of sight, not out of mind – how can an employer make the most out of flexible working”