Research has long fleshed out UK employees’ dreams of working from home. But poor telecoms services has ensured almost half of the Brits given such permission, won’t be doing it again.
Author Shané Schutte
From Paul Blart: Mall Cop to Wall–E and Back to the Future II, movies have made technological methods of moving about – like the Segway – incredibly tempting. But a key reason we’re not all off our feet is that we don’t quite know what to do with it, when we manage to stay on that is.
The 2017 Budget announced how £200m would be used to boost internet speeds – £10m of which has now been dedicated to testing full-fibre broadband across the UK.
According to a psychology professor, the disadvantages of enforcing strict dress codes far outweigh any possible benefits.
The pay gap, be it for gender, ethnic minority or disability, has been of much debate following the BBC’s publication of highest earning broadcasters. Our August 2017 economic statistics unveils what bridging them could potentially mean for British business.
Conversations between employers and those struggling with mental health have largely failed to happen due to stigma, fear or lack of education, Legal & General’s Vanessa Sallows told Real Business. This needs to change.
Much of the change surrounding cricket relates to the advent and rise of its shorter Twenty20 (T20) format – and Surrey County Cricket Club is amongst those embracing it.
The UK is full of inspiring and healthily-growing companies and Real Business will shine a light on the achievements of such firms through our Amazon Growing Business Awards 2017 in a period mired with uncertainty.
We talk with Fleximize CEO and founder Peter Tuvey, who delivers insight into creating a second company, changing the world of business funding and ensuring the attractiveness of your company to investors.
“The road to three per cent,” a CBI report, has claimed Brexit could diminish access to funding and collaboration, “damaging our influence overseas”. With its warning in mind, more companies have started recruiting for innovation.
Research now suggests the average weekend is disappearing. Instead, we’re seeing the advent of the “workend,” which could put a stop to a famous GIF starring Leonardo DiCaprio.
The Dots, which promises increased diversity, has been nicknamed the LinkedIn for the creative industries. The concept proved so intriguing that we just had to speak to its founder, Pip Jamieson, on her houseboat.