For many aspiring entrepreneurs, an offer to work at a tech giant would be a no-brainer. But will this really equip them with the skills they need to ensure future startup success?
New research from HireRight reveals that a majority of job applications contain either accidental or deliberate inaccuracies
Forget the ‘pushy’ stereotypes: for women and men alike, putting yourself forward and promoting yourself makes good business sense
Integrating the payroll and HR functions of a business can make life a lot easier for employees and employer alike
In light of research that finds men are twice as likely as women to become entrepreneurs, Frances Dickens urges British women to start businesses outside of traditionally 'female' sectors
The UK’s leading female business leaders have been shortlisted by Veuve Clicquot for its annual awards, which celebrate the achievements of women in UK plc
Report from the CIPD reveals that two-thirds of employees are now enrolled in a workplace pension scheme but 70% of employers have reported an impact on the company coffers
For those who are passionate about expanding the diversity of Britain’s boardrooms, 2016 is potentially a year of great opportunity – but there is still work to be done