My top top tips on how to attract the most talented individuals to your business regardless of the economic climate
I think many Londoners and visitors to the city genuinely hate Bob Crow for the massive disruption he has caused, not to mention the 50 million quid a day this 48-hour underground strike is costing.
Although we have been officially out of the recession for quite some time now times still seem tough. Here are five tips on how to get yourself in the best position and maximise the opportunities that will come your way this New Year.
I believe that we are going through a massive transition as a civilisation. It’s not too dissimilar to what the renaissance was to the dark ages or the industrial revolution to the agricultural age.
The office Christmas party is a great opportunity to reward staff for their hard work throughout the year and boost morale. It also provides an occasion for staff and managers to bond and mix in a relaxed setting away from the office. However, it can also be a source of pitfalls for the ill prepared employer. Here’s my quick-fire advice on making the most of your Christmas party and avoiding a legal hangover once it is over.
2013 was an interesting year for many salespeople and business owners I’ve been speaking with. Whilst some had a successful year, many others were grateful for making the sales they did, and some were grateful to make it through the year. There are some interesting lessons in terms of sales and sales tactics, things we should all learn from whether we’re a salesperson, sales manager, director or business owner, so follow the tips below and watch your sales soar in 2014!
It was nice to hear direct from the Prime Minister that the way most of us in the business community go about things is not just part of the solution to the economic blip of the past five years, but the antidote.
Running a business can be stressful. Founders feel like they need to have a hand in everything and soon find themselves too busy to think
There has been a lot of drawing of breath today over the Taxpayers’ Alliance’s view that benefit claimants should be forced to work for their money. Sounds like a lot of common sense to me.