You’d be surprised how many pivotal deals, shock revelations or diabolical double-crossings in cinematic history have been conducted over conference calls.
Author Real Business
The Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007 has ensured companies are held accountable for deaths resultant of management failings. Giles Ward, senior partner at Milners Solicitors, sheds more light on the subject.
The retail sector is buzzing with discussion regarding the constant challenge of meeting growing consumer expectations and the weight that businesses should give to each of these expectations.
It’s the stuff of economic nightmares, but this week’s interest rate rise brought it a step closer to reality. When banks increase the interest and charge for loans and overdrafts, thousands of zombie companies could be pushed into insolvency.
Happiness can be a driving force for better performance and productivity and it’s simply a good idea to be happy in your daily job.
Davis Lee, general manager of product engineering, displays and client peripherals at Dell, discusses how hot-desking can affect your health – and shares tips on how to best avoid future aches and pains.
Without talented and motivated people, a company has no hope of flourishing and staying competitive. But what exactly motivates an employee? And how can you go about attracting and engaging a workforce that has no qualms with leaving when unsatisfied?
As the UK gears up to divorce the EU, many fear they might soon be citizens of nowhere. As a result, citizenship-by-investment programs have experienced an unprecedented uptake – something Malta is capitalising on.
You’ve got the idea. You’ve got the product. You’ve even got the business cards. The only missing piece is the money to make it all happen, so you reach out to investors – but how can you win them over?
Diversity and inclusion is an increasingly hot topic in society at large, but also specifically in business. What’s less clear, when thinking of the issue in relation to the corporate sphere, is what does it really mean?
Recent sexual assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein have served to highlight how common and pernicious this issue still is in the workplace. But there are ways to prevent it.
GDPR, the implementation of stricter data regulations, draws closer at a time when numerous automated decisions are being made that impact on people’s lives, with algorithms determining everything from dating partners to credit scores (sometimes without our knowledge).