71 per cent are unaware of the date IR35 will come in to effect.
The library is “to help individuals become empowered with business know-how”.
38 per cent think that the changes to legislation could be scrapped entirely.
“Building solid relationships in your workplace increases productivity and engagement.”
In September 2019, Labour called for a four-day working week.
Peter Eyre: “Recruiting and retaining graduates” – Why an inclusive approach pays dividends for businesses
Graduates need to feel included in the business from the word go.
“Many of the stress-related issues affecting employees are both predictable and preventable.”
This article will help you future proof your talent management strategy.
If you’re looking to start over, where do you begin?
93% of UK CIOs agree more focus should be placed on alleviating the IT skills shortage
Business in the Community launches Equal Lives survey to research what men need to balance work and home
Business in the Community is launching new research to explore the experiences of fathers and male carers in the workplace and the pressures they face.
C-J Green from Servest offers some top tips on how to move a business from a national base into an international level. Lessons have to be taken from the successful formation of a business on home turf and transferred onto the world stage.
Yesterday Boris Johnson sung the Ode to Joy in German at a press conference and now all the Remain camp’s cards have started to come tumbling down….well not quite, but thing are starting to look a little shaky.
Despite the majority of working people wanting to discuss their career goals more often, a staggering 46 percent of Brits have never participated in a high quality conversation with their manager about their career, with 84 percent of employees only talking about it with their employers once or twice a year.
Jo Causon: First impressions are everything, particularly when you’re a nation of customer service providers
You don’t get a second chance to make a good first impression, says the old adage. It’s a well-known maxim, but familiarity does not mean organisations can afford to dismiss the underlying sentiment. In the context of customer service, without creating a good impression at the outset, the businesses that make up UK plc risk damage to their reputation and market share.