UK employers show a lack of interest in the mental wellbeing of employees, even though many staff are suffering from stress according to a new study.
Plumbers, builders and even child-minders could be barred from receiving sizable payments to ensure they pay the full tax for the work they carry out as large cash payments face being banned in a crackdown on the black economy.
Entrepreneur and Dragons’ Den star Peter Jones CBE is today inviting schools to host the country’s first school-based Peter Jones Enterprise Academies.
Looking ahead to tomorrow’s Spring Statement the Federation of Small Businesses has urged the Chancellor to help UKs small business help deliver a successful economy post Brexit.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has searched two addresses in Greater Manchester as part of an investigation into companies suspected of sending millions of unsolicited text messages.
On the first anniversary of its Digital Strategy, the UK government announced the winners of a £25 million competition to pave the way for a future rollout of 5G technology in the UK.
Three board members have resigned from the Institute of Directors (IoD) following claims its chairwoman used racist and sexist language.
A group of restaurant bosses is warning the government it must act to avoid “damaging closures and job losses”.
Addressing the BCC Annual Conference 2018 today, Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce, will remind the government that the biggest challenges and opportunities facing the UK business community, and country, are not related to exiting the EU, but to the fundamentals in the domestic environment.