Your business is going gangbusters. Though good for the bottom line, growth will have implications for your people strategy. The trick is managing it effectively
Many family businesses fail to land in the hands of the third generation, while others seem to do it with ease. So what is the secret to a happy handover?
Survey reveals level of support for shared parental leave among working mothers as 17% of women now claim to be the breadwinner in their family
While many prefer working for an SME to a large multinational, being part of a smaller team can mean restricted career development. How can managers meet the aspirations of staff when job opportunities may be limited?
Employees of SMEs may be an incredibly hardworking bunch but new research shows their health and wellbeing could be suffering as a result
More businesses are starting to integrate social media into their recruitment but is it really the next big thing in the race for talent?
The number of under-35s starting businesses has risen by more than 70% since 2006. But what is driving this growth?
Easing new staff into a start-up with a tailored induction programme can help ensure their long-term commitment to the company, says Lyndsey Simpson
An engaging culture can make all the difference when trying to motivate and retain staff. But does it become harder to maintain a close-knit culture as an enterprise grows?
Change is an inevitable part of business growth but its success depends on the support of all stakeholders, says Lyndsey Simpson, co-founder of The Curve Group