It’s not a surprise that I was disappointed with the outcome of our Supreme Court hearing, which ruled against Pimlico Plumbers.
The Dixons Carphone data breach will go down as one of the biggest data breaches at a single firm in UK history – and is a stark reminder to all businesses that we live in a new era of cyber security.
Many companies have looked to alternative solutions when it comes to internal communication to avoid adding to the volume of email traffic. But when you’re aiming to better connect with people, is it right to start with the tech?
Matthew Wright, marketing specialist at Office Space in Town, provides tips on how companies can cultivate creativity in the workplace.
Uber and Deliveroo have become easy targets following the Matthew Taylor report, with the chair of the Work and Pensions Committee, Frank Field, suggesting such companies “exploit ordinary, hard-working people in the gig economy”.
The traditional office landscape is changing. Gone are the days of closed cubicles, quiet workspaces and water-cooler talk. But one of the biggest changes is the rise of the remote working space.
This week, up and down the country, millions of self-employed contractors will be glued to their smartphones, radios and TV screens to discover the outcome of a court case that will have major ramifications on their livelihoods.
Being a lifelong Conservative voter I naturally wanted to give prime minister Theresa May the benefit of the doubt. Sadly she has become a figure of derision both at home and abroad. The description of her as naturally robotic, hence “The Maybot”, is all too appropriate.
Political correctness at its best can make people behave in a more thoughtful way, and at its worst can supress debate.
In the words of recently-departed funny man, Ken Dodd, happiness is the greatest gift to possess. But narrowing down exactly what makes someone happy is a whole different ball game, especially when it comes to business and achieving the mystical perfect work-life balance.
There’s a reason why women pull out the gender card and blame their gender for holding them back by default.
When screenplays depict women as eye-candy lacking in confidence – also the creation of female writers hoping to appeal to the wider industry – you know there’s a gap in gender perception.