With growth at the top of the agenda for small businesses, figuring out who will lead the company into the bright, new world is a rather tall task
If the threat of redundancies is on the horizon, battening down the hatches and boarding up the windows may not be the best approach. Instead, engaging directly with staff can be a better way to avoid long-term structural damage
When looking at work-life as a battle between two opposing forces, it seems hard to believe a peaceable long-term resolution can be achieved. Is it just time for us to drop the balancing act?
It’s no surprise that employees can be feeling a little deflated at the beginning of the year. But they can be easily re-engaged, says Martin Reed
By helping new enterprises find their feet, mentoring can be a hugely rewarding experience – for all involved
Romance and the office: should it really be a case of never the twain shall meet?
It seems like flexibility is the way forward in terms of employment. But is it what everybody wants?
Providing access to training for your staff is an excellent way of investing in them – in more ways than one
While you may be planning that 2013 is the year you’ll network more/exceed your sales targets/expand into new markets, how many of your employees are resolving ‘This year I will find a new job’, asks Martin Reed
Multitasking can sometimes be overrated as an efficiency tool. Learning to step out of the multitasking mindset from time to time can actually help you deliver work on time – without compromising on quality