Continuing with her series of articles charting the end of her furniture building business, Jan Cavelle describes how toxic members of staff created a self-perpetuating cycle of violence and destruction.
For the last few months London has had a gun poked in her back by the unions, which have tried to evoke the spirit of the 1970s by grinding the Tube network to a halt.
Home secretary Theresa May has called for urgent changes amid the ongoing Channel Tunnel crisis. However, with little actually being done to sway the situation, Jan Cavelle questions whether the government has created a stable environment for businesses to grow in.
The Institute of Directors has called on the Government to look at changing rule governing trade union strikes ahead of today's strike by a number of public sector workers.
UKFast CEO Lawrence Jones reveals his thoughts on unions and proposes an alternative way to canvas opinion and bring about change.
Jan Cavelle says the unions need to be stopped from hijacking the Royal Mail sale for their own benefit. It isn't about them.
Last year a million public servants went on strike for a day; last week 400,000 did the same. But what did it achieve? It just made us all more aware of how generous state pensions are!
For the sake of the workers, trade unions need to stop navel-gazing and get on the side of business, argues Jan Cavelle.