Employee morale can make or break an SME. It’s this principle that guides Natwest’s Marcelino Castrillo as he speaks exclusively to Real Business.
When it comes to productivity, the UK has been dawdling behind other countries for decades now. Other countries such as France, Germany and the US all produce more work in a week than the UK.
Glancing back at May 2018, Real Business found that finding the right talent was one of the biggest corporate bug bears – for a variety of reasons.
Steve Thompson, managing director at Forward Role Recruitment, walks us through the concept of presenteeism – and delivers advice on how to prevent it from happening.
The potential value which digital solutions offer to a business is ultimately dependent upon the ability for staff to properly utilise these technologies.
The biggest cause of stress amongst UK workers today is financial worry, with most staff admitting to being stressed about not having enough money. New research from Neyber reveals why this may lie at the root of UK’s productivity puzzle.
Imagine if small business owners had their very own MBA whizz on speed-dial, to brainstorm their scaling problems. Small Business Charter chair Michelle Ovens MBE explains why business schools are underrated when it comes to unlocking SME productivity.
Martin Burns, senior principal transformation consultant, EMEA at CA Technologies explains why a critical enabler for delivering results is extreme focus on the important.
The majority of UK businesses are failing to communicate properly with their younger employees and it’s affecting their workplace morale and productivity, a new survey has found.
“Get the job done”. It’s a simple phrase as old as the hills. Unfortunately, for many, it isn’t proving to be that easy to follow.
Some of the UK workforce could be deemed office zombies. This is according to Robert Ordever, managing director of O.C. Tanner Europe. But if there’s one thing we’ve learned from the Nicholas Hoult-featured movie Warm Bodies, it’s that the phenomenon can be reversed.
The most fundamental argument for increasing diversity in hiring is that there is a large, partially untapped pool of talent that has been previously overlooked.