Remote workers are the future of business. They offer you the chance to grow a company without the need for more space in a brick-and-mortar office.
As Generation Z enter the workforce right on the heels of Millennials, they bring with them fresh skills and innovative ideas, but with that comes new expectations and ways of working.
Working less hours can bring a positive impact to employees and help motivate them to do better, inevitably increasing productivity.
According to statistics an alarming 90% of new businesses fail. For aspiring entrepreneurs, this is unnerving information which simply implies they are set for failure from the word go.
Working in an office, on the surface, appears harmless. There is no comparing it to professions such as firefighting or policing when it comes to risk factor.
The UK is home to some incredible businesses and brands, which represent a level of success that, for many aspiring entrepreneurs, will appear unobtainable.
Business books are full of advice on how to use personality tests and an understanding of how the brain works to communicate more effectively.
It is vital UK companies, service providers and individuals doing business in Europe understand how changes in legislation may affect them when the UK finally departs the EU.