A report recently published in the Training Journal Online stated that almost one in five workers left their jobs last year due to not being given access to adequate training and development. We’re going to take a look at this from the trainer’s viewpoint to see why this is such a danger.
One of the most fatal and potentially terminal mistakes I see businesses become guilty of is the one of living on past glories.
The conclusion to the first live TV debate in my mind is simple. Gordon Brown is a lost cause and has exposed on live television why he is the worst Prime Minister this nation has ever had. David Cameron has shown how you can throw an election away by lacking in focus, priority and depth. Whilst Nick Clegg has demonstrated that the British public are so naïve that if you wrap rat poison in a pretty ribbon and call it a cup cake – they will eat it all up.
The Conservatives have declared victory in the battle for the support of Britain’s business after the number of companies backing their position on national insurance rose to over 500
Nick Clegg has drawn first blood as the winner of the inaugural televised leader’s debate ahead of the general election, according to polls.
To be totally honest I would like to hear more from both parties and what their policies are, not only for businesses but for the environment. I would like to take the opportunity to sit down with both parties, look into their eyes and ask some serious questions.
The Businessman and enterprise tsar Lord Sugar has confirmed that he has donated £400,000 to the Labour party.
Half of the UK workforce thinks the dominant management style within their organisation is negative, putting the UK’s economic recovery at risk. The finding comes from figures published today by the Chartered Management Institute.
Research of UK based business owners, published today, shows an alarming disconnect between the main parties and UK small businesses. The majority of those questioned were unable to name the Secretary of State for Business Peter Mandelson (75%) – or his shadow colleague Ken Clarke (89%).
Labour announce that Fathers would be given a month off when their wife or girlfriend gives birth, under plans in their manifesto for business.