Early-stage businesses are often lauded as leading the way in levelling the playing field when it comes to gender representation, but truth is, we still have a long way to go.
People frequently say they don’t have time to manage their stress!. “Don’t bother me now. I’ve got a job to do”. Sound familiar?
Bearing in mind that I am a dedicated and passionate business woman and that this is my first column for ‘Business Matters’ it would be odd not to give a nod to a subject matter which has been consistently hitting the headlines – ‘Women’. We certainly seem to be the topic of conversation this year!
The Premier League (EPL) is widely thought of as the most exciting in the world, with foreign players supplementing a pool of English talent to provide a product that is the envy of most in the world.
As skills shortages seem to be a recurring theme in our nation’s economic narrative, the experience of military veterans entering the civilian work force will become more relevant.
The recent volatility in the value of bitcoin goes some way to explaining the cryptocurrency’s explosion into the public consciousness.
Our descendants will frown at us for many things, and I think that our lack of attention to Facebook and Google’s tracking of our lives from cradle to grave might be something they care about much more
Recently, the law firm Peninsula was the subject of a Radio 4 discussion for its ‘whitewashing’ practices, after evidence emerged that it had been over curating and actively deleting negative reviews left by customers.
As the cost of living increases and disposable income continues to be squeezed, it’s critical that employers take a role in helping employees stretch their salaries and manage their financial wellbeing.