Emojis are everywhere lately – in life, at work and even in the cinema – but when it comes to global business can there be too much of a good thing?
Whatever your opinion, the controversy the recent Google sacking has caused is a fact. This story is an example of a company that has failed an employee. And how clashing opinions and a misunderstood code of conduct can cause backlash.
I have been looking for a device that I don’t need to carry additional charging options for within a 12-hour period – one bag, one device, no additional chargers or wires required please. And I’ve found myself with a BlackBerry once more.
What does Prince Harry’s girlfriend have in common with her character in legal drama Suits? Besides designer outfits and do-it-their-own-way beaus, neither is a lawyer.
Anthony Persse, director of strategy at Ultimate Finance discusses the potential solution to late payments, which keep plaguing SMEs.
For the vast majority of businesses, its employees are the lifeblood. Which is why having a co-operative group of individuals that can work well together in a team is crucial to the success of a business. Easier said than done, however.
While much is still being said about the BBC’s differing wages for men and women, another type of pay gap is taking centre stage. Government plans will soon see companies owned by shareholders highlight how much chief executives make in comparison to their average worker.
When you think of the typical tech entrepreneur, I like to think I don’t fit the blueprint. Throughout my life and career, I have been unconventional, which is why I thoroughly reject the typical Silicon Valley approach to tech.
With expectant consumers to drop a brand at any moment, good customer service is now a multifaceted discipline, argues Jan Cavelle.
When you start a business you must find something that you do better than anyone else, that sets you apart – or why bother?
As Fordway’s Richard Blanford recovers from the Ride London cycling challenge, he considers what he’s learned and what all business people can learn from the Tour de France.
Disruption is a term that gets used a lot. So much so that it’s fallen into the category of business jargon. But the result of this overuse is that it makes it easy for UK SMEs to dismiss the reality that underpins it, and that has dangerous consequences.