If you are the owner of a small business which is facing challenges in today’s turbulent and competitive market then the BBC wants to talk to you.
By bringing in changes to our Employment laws twice yearly, in April and October, the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) aims to make it easier for employers and employees to keep abreast of those changes.
Microsoft has released a new version of Windows for running corporate networks, trying to take share from rivals whilst trying to gain ground as companies seek to cut the cost of managing business programs.
Far too many companies still have problems with employees who are continually ‘distracted’ by social communication during the working day.
With labour market statistics later today expected to show continuing high long-term unemployment, a new CBI report examines the Government’s Work Programme one year on from its launch.
Over three quarters of small to medium sized businesses say that playing music in the workplace increases staff morale, and creates a better atmosphere and working environment for staff and customers.
L&D practitioners must develop their strategic and commercial acumen if they are to convince senior leaders to engage with L&D and to champion learning
An escalation of the eurozone debt crisis could force European banks to sell assets worth up to $3.8 trillion (£2.4 trillion) by the end of 2013 and trigger a fresh credit crunch, the International Monetary Fund has warned.
O2 decided to prove that you can work, literally anywhere. Watch the video to see how they went to extreme lengths to prove it.
It may go against every instinct but two thirds of bosses say they welcome complaints every bit as much as they look forward to praise, according to the independent online review forum Feefo.