Business crime solicitor Aziz Rahman examines Formula 1’s money laundering investigation and suggests ways that such a problem can be prevented in the corporate sector.
Attitudes towards privacy have fundamentally changed say 4,460 surveyed after the Cambridge Analytica scandal. So, what is the European technology community’s responsibility?
The Carillion incident has brought to light the flaws present in the business landscape. More specifically, reports present it as a lesson in evading toxic culture.
Samantha Caine, client services director at Business Linked Teams, outlines the important steps businesses should take to slash the rates of employee burnout.
How would you respond if an employee asked to take time off on a busy week? Would you say, “Could you move it to another day?” Or would you take a deep breath and tell them, “Don’t worry about work. We’ll cover for you.” The latter will make staff feel loved.
Mike Richardson, managing director EMEA at Maximizer CRM, outlines some key dos and don’ts to help bosses navigate their way to successful data management.
The benefits of social media engagement for businesses are well-known, whether that be increasing brand awareness, learning about a target audience or facilitating intra-organisation communication. However, social media use naturally brings its dangers too.
UK organisations are currently losing £100m every year because of job-related stress, depression and anxiety. This figure could rise if remote workers are poorly managed.
When your company grows, so too do your legal obligations. For example, if you foresee your business making an annual turnover of £36m, then you’ll need to start crafting a modern slavery statement. But did you know it should still be on your radar no matter your size?
As a CEO who very publicly shed light on salaries at his own company, Charlie Mullins believes wage transparency is a must for any British business.
The long awaited Taylor Report is here. Led by Matthew Taylor (Chief executive of the Royal Society of the Arts), it was commissioned by the prime minister last October to consider how employment practices need to change in order to keep pace with modern business.
Unless you have been living in a cave, you will not have escaped the headlines of the Americanism known as the gig economy. This is now an increasingly popular way of working, especially with the millennial generation.