That the office should be a place of professional behaviour goes without saying. But some bosses are still known to add strict workplace rules to the mix to make sure staff don’t run amok.
Author Shané Schutte
What prime minister Theresa May promised in her manifesto regarding corporate governance and excessive executive pay has fallen flat according to many.
PayPal is arguably known the world over as the biggest online payment processor. But how did it get to the top?
It’s amazing the impact good company culture can have on staff, Impression co-founder Tom Craig tells Real Business. They become more productive and loyal, not to mention healthier in both body and mind.
Experts aplenty have given their take on current workplace trends, predicting casual office attire and a “we” not “me” leadership mentality. Then there’s the rise of out of office bragging – didn’t see that one coming, did you?
Companies have long recognised that employing idols and social influencers will bring attention to any brand. Imagine what you could accomplish then with a football team the likes of Manchester City.
Dragons’ Den is back and it started off with a bang – offering viewers the chance to see a company attract the attention of all five investors for the second time in its 13-series history.
The daily commute can be of long or short proportions, but one thing stays the same: it saps our motivation even before we reach the office. So what’s a co-founder to do to keep his spirits up? Fanbytes’ Timothy Armoo explains.
When your company grows, so too do your legal obligations. For example, if you foresee your business making an annual turnover of £36m, then you’ll need to start crafting a modern slavery statement. But did you know it should still be on your radar no matter your size?
Real Business finds out what the priciest memorabilia of all time has been – and that Matt Damon’s The Martian suit is currently up for grabs.
Talking to Bupa UK’s corporate director, Patrick Watt, for our “Mind Control” series unveils evidence of bosses hoping to eradicate a fear of speaking up about mental health issues.
Real Business asked PRs to unveil what they thought were the biggest PR disasters. We came away with a list spanning Asda, United Airlines and even the Queen.