Our culture before the pandemic was ingrained with a set image of how to collaborate as a team.
Today’s chief financial officers (CFOs) may be unrecognisable from their predecessors.
There is a vast untapped pool of disabled talent looking to work and many people with disabilities are reliable and skilled individuals with the potential to belong fully to the world of work in all industries and types of positions.
John Courtney discusses the nuts and bolts of two Government visa schemes. One was recently terminated, while the other offers talented business persons the chance to set up camp in the UK.
If there’s one phrase everyone’s hearing right now, (apart from “you’re on mute”), it’s ‘hybrid working’.
“What you don’t know can’t hurt you” goes the old adage. But is it a truism that applies in the world of entrepreneurship?
The term ‘scale up visa’ is one which can be misunderstood. The sheer impact of what these visas can do is often under appreciated.
The last 12 months have been some of the most challenging for companies in the race to secure talent.
The Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) visa has been replaced by the new Innovator Visa Scheme in the UK and with this, new opportunities and jobs are being created.
Thanks to the disastrous cocktail of Brexit and COVID-19, it’s been a tough few months for the UK.