According to Halebury co-founder Janvi Patel, UK employers are extremely ill-equipped to deal with Generation Z (born 1994 to 2010 and entering the workforce this year).
The Insurance Act 2015, billed as "the biggest change in insurance laws in 100 years", has come into force. It demands insurers to be more transparent and fair for customers in order to avoid the risk of misunderstanding caused by terminology and disjointed communication.
Graeme Gabriel, strategic back office WFO consultant at Verint, unveils what businesses can learn from high fliers like Virgin Atlantic.
The government recently announced that the Trade Union Bill completed its parliamentary process, saying that “people will now be protected from undemocratic industrial action” – so here’s what you need to know about it.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has recently suggested supermarket prices and promotions “have the potential to confuse or mislead consumers, which could be in breach of consumer law”. We took a particular look at how Asda’s pricing tactics may be a ticking time bomb for the sector.
SMEs across the UK are poised to benefit greatly from simplified annual filing requirements, as part of the implementation of the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act.
Simon Whitehead, partner at HRC Law LLP brings clarity on what section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act means for businesses and how to produce that all-important statement.
New reporting rules requiring private businesses and LLPs to keep a register of people with significant control could put off investors – and thus needs to be introduced with care.
With the value of bets placed via mobile devices expected to reach £66bn by 2018, we talked with the CEO of a company set on educating gamblers so as to reduce the risk of them loosing their money.
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.
A wise man once said that if you’re not living on the edge, you’re taking up too much space (Stephen Hunt). Some of the most successful bosses in the world are where they are today because they were brave enough and bold enough to take a risk.
Instagram, hashtags and LOL-ing meant nothing to anyone ten years ago. And while to many people, they still don’t, you’d be hard pushed to find a Millennial who didn’t use them on a daily basis. But why is this relevant to the world HR and recruitment?