Workplace mental health is one of the last taboos around. Ensure you as the employer open up the discussion and listen to conversations around it.
That the office should be a place of professional behaviour goes without saying. But some bosses are still known to add strict workplace rules to the mix to make sure staff don’t run amok.
It’s often been said that family business underpins the UK economy. From small enterprises to large behemoths, more than 30,000 family owned businesses operate in the UK, generating £1.3tn in turnover, more than one quarter of the national GDP and employing over 12m people.
Which of Donald Trump’s maverick policies will actually see the light of day, and how will they affect UK businesses” Take a look at this guide to find out.
Sarah Westmorland, people resourcing director at Helen & Douglas House, the world’s first children’s hospice, tells us why resilience is so vital in an emotional job and what employers can do to help improve it.
Despite the recent enthusiasm for wellness initiatives, UK bosses have been dubbed strict by their staff, with 54.6 per cent feeling there is now less tolerance at work.
Some do it at different rates and some want it faster than others but, if there’s one thing that’s common to nearly all expanding businesses, it’s a desire to grow both profits and people.
It is a sobering statistic that one in five SMEs has been the victim of an employee fraud, according to the National Fraud & Cyber Crime Reporting Centre.
Russell Hallam, managing partner at Turbervilles Solicitors, uses his latest legal column for Real Business to provide some invaluable advice for business leaders who don’t want to be caught up in commercial litigation.
With the government committed to doubling exports to £1tn by 2020, the CBI is calling for an independent, national exports commission to be established.
Jonathan Kini, head of SME business at Vodafone UK, shares five top tips on how companies can leverage employees in combination with technology to help strengthen business performance and stay ahead of the competition.
The controversial columnist, Katie Hopkins, recently came under fire for a column in which she compared migrants to cockroaches. With somewhat unfortunate timing "The Sun" took an editorial decision to publish the article just hours before a fishing vessel packed with migrants capsized off the coast of Libya.