Considerations for any growing business looking to improving the way things are done through AI technologies and automation.
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Richard Morris, UK CEO of Regus, identifies three core elements that power productivity – and explains how businesses can best make use of each.
Social Media Week has just begun. All over the world professionals will be discussing the latest trends and best practices for making the most out of corporate channels – and it represents a fantastic opportunity for your business to do the same.
When facing difficult times, restructuring the business to make efficiencies is often the only solution. Unfortunately, this can result in a human cost if it requires staff to be made redundant.
The office Christmas party is a time for staff to celebrate their achievements over the past year and do some bonding. Whilst most of us enjoy it, as a business owner there are areas you should be aware of when organising and running your festive knees-up.
Daren Howell, business continuity expert at Sungard Availability Services, looks at how businesses are extremely relaxed or dangerously unaware of the changing responsibilities and liabilities around compliance.
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 modern era has seen more people work overtime. It’s perhaps because of the resultant stress, shifting short staycations into longer holidays, that bosses need to know the difference between a sabbatical and a career break.
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?
During good economic times, new business was easier to come by – it didn’t really matter if you lost a client as another waited in the wings. But with uncertainty playing a big factor in the corporate world, many are looking at ways to retain customers.
Julie Deane, CEO and founder of the Cambridge Satchel Company and Jeremy O’Hare, relationship manager at the British Library Business and IP Centre, share their top tips on mastering intellectual property so you don’t get caught out.