It came to light on Friday 3 November that Donald Trump’s Twitter account had been deleted. This was no technical error – an employee went “rogue”. So what can you do if this happens at your firm?
The trend of job hopping is becoming more acceptable, at least in the minds of UK professionals, with many admitting that leaving a role after under a year is not an issue.
I haven’t got to where I am today without making a few mistakes along the way, but I would like to think that now, most of the time, I’m a pretty good boss.
When it comes to resignations, it may come as a shock to many leaders that a dislike of the boss is among top reasons for quitting jobs.
It’s a case of “now you see me, now you don’t” at British businesses amid the rise of a new trend dubbed “ghosting”, which has employees depart their employment without a word to bosses or colleagues – never to be seen again… Who you gonna call?
There have been many CFO departure lines to have graced the news, including the oft-miscontrued "has left for other affairs", however, the former CFOs of Uber and Google left with a bang and a common goal: extra time with family.
News of Roman Abramovich having sacked Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has hit the headlines, but he is by far not the only head to have rolled due to the bad performance of a "company".
As our Christmas countdown continues, we've got a surprise about someone from a very well-known, fruity firm, who left the company's core before it had grown to its full potential…
Mark Price, the boss of Waitrose, is believed to be leaving the company to take on the chairmanship of Channel 4 when Terence Burns steps down – ahead of a potential £1bn privatisation of the broadcaster.
With Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn's resignation coming after the automaker was found to have installed software in its cars designed to cheat on emissions tests, we took a look at some of the biggest CEO resignations that happened throughout 2015.
Reddit interim CEO Ellen Pao resigned due to 200,000 users calling for her dismissal after firing a well-liked employee. One month later, some of the company's former employees have suggested Pao had been set up to fail.
Toshiba CEO Hisao Tanaka, as well as chairman Masashi Muromachi and vice-chairman Norio Sasaki, will be stepping down due to the company overstating its profits by £780m.