We all know about the effects of absenteeism – like forgotten Tupperware containers and broken coffee machines, it’s a natural part of office life.
Channel 4’s ‘Back’ provides a lesson to all family business shareholders of what can go wrong if the majority shareholder dies without making it clear who should take up the reins of the business.
If the UK is to overcome its skills problem, the Government has to do something about the ‘square peg, round hole’ solution it is persisting with.
Business crime solicitor warns against over-dependence on blockchain in the battle against financial crime.
Paul Christensen, CEO and co-founder of Previse, argues for the strengthening of the Prompt Payment Code and recognition for the best payers following the collapse of Carillion.
There’s now less than a one in ten chance that the Bank of England will raise interest rates tomorrow.
I am a living example of the positives of immigration. – I have 500 people working under my banner, with ambitions to grow that number to 1,000 in the next five years. I, the son of an immigrant, am making a contribution. I haven’t taken, I’ve given. I’ve invested in this country. The UK is my home, and I am proud to say that.
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.
Setting up a business in the Great British countryside may seem like a dream come true, but the reality is that rural firms face many challenges their urban counterparts may not.