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Recruitment has evolved and so should you

Get fit to compete: Recruitment has evolved and so should you!

Kelly M. Whitfield
May 21 '24
Recruitment has come a long way in the last few years. We’re no longer in an employer-driven marketplace — candidates are largely free to choose where and how they work, with remote working opening up a world of new possibilities
Ten essential steps to launching your startup

Ten essential steps to launching your startup

Dr. Grace Olugbodi
May 21 '24
Starting a new business can be both exhilarating and daunting. Whether you’re an aspiring entrepreneur or a seasoned professional, launching a startup requires careful planning and execution
How to avoid late payments

How to avoid late payments

Latifa Yedroudj
May 21 '24
What can SMEs do to tackle the issue of late payments?
to reintroduce tribunal fees for employment disputes

How will SMEs be affected by the Government’s plans to reintroduce tribunal fees for employment disputes?

Jessica Bass
May 20 '24
The Government recently announced plans to reintroduce tribunal fees for employment disputes. But it’s unlikely the scheme will deliver on its promises of reducing taxpayer costs and the backlog in the courts
How are we still talking about late payments

How are we still talking about late payments?

Alex von Schirmeister
May 20 '24
Picture this – something that contributes millions to the economy and accounts for more than half of UK employment is being constrained by a major obstacle that is entirely avoidable. You’d make it a priority to fix it, right?
Unlock entrepreneurial success through personalised engagement

Unlock entrepreneurial success through personalised engagement

Andrew Gradon
May 17 '24
How to identify customer needs and create a personalised experience
How to avoid the traps that lead to being a bad boss

How to avoid the traps that lead to being a bad boss

Debra & Ken Corey
May 17 '24
Richard Branson once said, “If you take care of your employees, they will take care of the clients.” But what happens when the people taking care of your employees, your bosses, aren’t getting it right?
Facilitating flexibility in the workplace through smarter tech

Facilitating flexibility in the workplace through smarter tech

Will Hale
May 16 '24
Work is changing. Fast. As UK employees spend an average of 1.6 days per week in the office, many organisations have adopted hybrid models to blend on-site and remote work.
Learning the ropes

Learning the ropes

Liz Barclay
May 16 '24
Confidence monitors are important business measures. As with any surveys or research findings though, results vary depending on the questions asked and the people responding to those questions
A business mentor takes a sabbatical

A business mentor takes a sabbatical 

Kerrie Dorman
May 15 '24
After sixteen years of business mentoring alongside starting The Association of Business Mentors, I felt I needed a breather and decided to take a mentoring sabbatical
Dr Lynda Folan

The aim is to ‘thrive’ not simply ‘survive’

Dr. Lynda Folan
May 15 '24
A few tips from renowned psychologist Dr Lynda Folan on how to flourish in our increasingly demanding world
The influence of technology on marketing

The influence of technology on marketing

Nick Dormon
May 14 '24
Every generation is transformed by technology but alongside technological and social change, marketing communication has developed just as rapidly