Euro 2020 has finally arrived for football fans after it was postponed due to Covid-19. However, employers need to consider how best to manage their workforce in the coming weeks to ensure productivity isn’t affected.
The government recently confirmed an extension to England’s lockdown, dashing the hopes of a return to normal as planned on 21 June.
After being dumped out of the last European Championships by Iceland in 2016, England will be hoping to improve their performance this time around and build on their success from the World Cup three years ago.
The author and historian Yuval Noah Harari once said that “storytelling is our speciality. It’s the basis for everything we do as a species.” Indeed, human beings’ unique ability to weave a yarn has enabled us to collaborate, innovate and flourish.
Pubs, cinema, sporting events, theatres and nightclubs will remain closed until 19 July
The WealthiHer Network founder, Tamara Gillan, is calling for more support for female entrepreneurs in applying for and accessing vital funding
For the first time in his life, Phil Hobden purchased a product after watching a pitch on the flagship BBC programme. But the story didn’t end well!
Can SMEs spearhead growth and success while putting the needs of their staff first in a post-lockdown world?
Most work around productivity optimization takes a set of goals as given, focusing elsewhere to optimize performance.
There are two main ways to raise capital for a business – debt investment or equity investment. Chris Forbes, co-founder of The Cheeky Panda, outlines the pros and cons for both.