That UK staff are lacking in productivity is no secret, but amid the long working hours, bosses need to acknowledge staff unhappiness.
Innovative office designs are a great way of both attracting and retaining the top talent, so Real Business set out to unearth some of the best examples to serve as inspiration for British business leaders.
The $11m refurbishment of the Emirates business class lounge has finally been completed after the project was started two years ago in a bid to deliver a seamless travel experience for its luxury-loving customers.
When hiring, it’s always best to stick your feelers out to multiple websites and online platforms. And with humans being visual creatures by nature, we unveil some recruitment videos we thought had a few tips to offer.
Being a good boss means providing leadership to your employees when they slip up, as well as when things are running smoothly. This can be tricky – how do you toe the line between being authoritative without being plain rude? Elon Musk demonstrates how.
Hollywood has lovingly told us spies live in a high-tech, guns-blazing world filled with an incredible amount of car chases. But there are plenty of management lessons business leaders can learn from spies – apart from the gleaned 007 tips of buy a fancy car and suit.
When it comes to social media mistakes, SMEs tend to repeatedly make the same blunders, so you might want to rethink your social media policy.
Have you ever wondered what it would take for your firm’s reputation to nosedive without you ever doing anything? Here’s a hint: steer clear of the creepy clowns phenomenon.
That UK business leaders encounter much condemnation over staff wellbeing is no secret – research about our unhealthy lifestyle gets dredged up almost every day. But as another report hits the internet, what exactly has Britain been criticised for in the first place?
A study of professionals globally has revealed that job satisfaction varies largely, depending on the sector, country and company size in which employees work.
A look at the five things UK business leaders can can learn from the style of the US presidential TV debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Have you ever heard the saying “good artists copy; great artists steal”? Allegedly originating from Pablo Picasso, the words were made famous by Steve Jobs – who claimed Apple wan’t afraid of stealing ideas and making them better.