Never has there been a more divided topic than Brexit. The likes of James Dyson call for a “clean break”, while JD Wetherspoon boss Tim Martin deems it a risk. These opposing forces have even been likened with the Skywalkers – Dyson taking the place of Luke and Martin replacing Vader.
Author Shané Schutte
The new £10 note featuring Jane Austen has gone into circulation. It hasn’t been met with the best response though. Many dislike the accompanying quote, while others believe the note itself will soon be made redundant.
The evidence is clear, hacking can result in serious financial damage to a business. However, high-profile hacking episodes are not being heeded by SMEs.
Roald Dahl day has just passed us by and it got us thinking: what featured companies would bosses most like to work for? And would they create a startup were they included in this vast universe?
The national employment rate is climbing, with only 4.3 per cent of Brits without a job. However, this may not be a cause for celebration.
Anyone looking to own the ultimate luxury car should turn their eyes to Ferrari. As Elite Traveller exclaimed in an article: “Anyone who found it hard to watch the end of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off will know the car is more than just a sum of its parts.”
We largely expect the interview process to consist of a skill test and additional questions. But a good point comes from Lazlo Bock in an article for The Wire: relying on those two factors alone can prevent you learning more about candidates.
Don’t assume to know the root cause behind employee mental health problems. And even if it’s a “simple issue” like a lack of sleep, you shouldn’t expect them to “snap out of it”.
There are arguably two types of founders: the ones intent on starting a company from the get-go, and those who stumble into entrepreneurship quite unexpectedly. We focussed on the latter.
First Sutton’s Wayne Shaw and now Everton star Wayne Rooney – aside from the shared first name, they’ve also been slapped with “gross misconduct.”
After female staff urged the BBC to “rectify injustices,” the company announced a review into the extent of its pay gap. However, if in breach of the law, it could face multiple claims.
The issue of productivity and motivation isn’t a new one. But companies are starting to realise methods used to engage and retain baby boomers won’t work as well on Millennials.