Working mothers are still held back by inflexible working practices, despite companies' awareness that this is hampering productivity.
Charlie Mullins agrees with Yahoo!'s new policy and says that working from home is bad for nurturing business relationships.
Most professionals are always available, but is that good for reputation and work-life balance?
Responding to Nick Clegg's efforts regarding flexible parent leave, Sean Bowen ponders on the challenges flexible working can pose for growing businesses.
Businesses need to introduce more flexible working arrangements for employees, in order to boost staff morale and increase productivity, says Steve Purdy.
Robot workers, virtual high streets and the death of the commuter is not a future only found in the mind of science-fiction writer Alastair Reynolds. It's all part of how we'll be doing business 50 years from now.
Boris Johnson has opened his mouth and put his feet deep in the mire again by announcing that the government’s scheme to promote working from home during the Olympics will merely encourage skiving. Home-workers are up in arms against the slur.
Home businesses make up almost a third of the country’s workforce and bring in around £364bn. Good news is, more than 1,400 new home businesses are being created every week. So, who’s behind this phenomenon? Stay-at-home mums.