From investors offering sexual invitations to people not taking them seriously, UK female founders face a huge sexism problem
While gender inequality is ubiquitous in most businesses today, entrepreneurs must actively take steps to ensure they encourage women in the workplace
Employees put in more than £32bn worth of unpaid overtime, according to the Trades Union Congress‘ research. Should entrepreneurs discourage staff from working late as it’s proven to be counterproductive to startup success?
While Brexit is causing many businesses to move their offices abroad, startups in the tech sector must leverage the UK’s infrastructure and government support to scale further
When it comes to sourcing EU staff after Brexit, the picture is quite unclear. And business bosses must make it their responsibility to ensure they’re aware of what they need to do to retain their EU employees
The tech sector is no longer just a man’s world as more women are aspiring to make their mark in the industry. However, they must be empowered to control the reigns if businesses want to scale quicker
Having claimed gold, silver and bronze medals in three Paralympic tournaments, Liz Johnson has swapped sports for entrepreneurship with recruitment consultancy The Ability People, which ensures its staff body includes people with disabilities
Sexism as a problem in workplaces is passé but entrepreneurs must ensure they're on the right track to eliminate the epidemic of discrimination against women. Female founder Rita Trehan offers some handy tips to achieve equality