Everything is different now, the way we work, shop and learn. Within business, brands have had to take a major step back, reassess their practices and review how they engage with customers.
It may have been the setting for The Office, the ground-breaking television sitcom, but the business park was no laughing matter in the years leading up to the millennium.
If we act now perhaps the gender pay gap will close and our investment averages will go up … come on ladies how are we going to do this?
New research has found almost a third of interviewers admit to not hiring someone based on something they have seen in a candidate’s video backdrop, with a further 58% saying a messy room in the background could cost someone the job.
By now, we all know that getting back to “normal” will, for many people, not involve going back to work in the way we did before Covid-19 hit.
As restrictions gradually begin to ease across the country today, ten per cent more of us are eager to book in a trip to the hairdressers, than we are the pub according to new research.
A series of retail failures during the pandemic has changed the face of Britain’s high streets for good.
President Biden is proposing a global minimum corporate tax rate which could affect US investment in Ireland
Forbes 30-under-30 alumnus goes head-to-head with Amazon with smartphone-based retail checkout solution