Dealing with underachievers can be tricky at the best of times, let alone in a small firm. But there are ways to make it less painful…
With benefits decreasing there has never been more pressure for single parents to return to work. But inflexible employment is making the return a difficult one
Britain prides itself on its history of strong leaders. From Nelson to Churchill we’ve always had a bit of a thing for bold and singular leaders. Which is why it’s rather unfortunate that our future may hold a significant leadership gap.
Bitter disputes between senior management are emotionally painful, financially ruinous and to be avoided at all costs.
It is a well-known fact that there is a high level of unemployment in the United Kingdom, triggered by the global financial crisis of which began in 2007.
The raising of the State Pension Age has started to look shaky as the Trades Union Congress announces half a million nearing retirement are too ill to work
In these tough times, lots of small businesses have had to face the inevitable and make cuts to headcount.
Are you failing to make the most of your employees’ skills? The answer may be yes, after the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) announced that over 40% of qualified managers feel the skills they have learned through their studies are going to waste.