Business management

Setting and reviewing pay

Is it time to review how much you pay your workers?

Read more »

Business growth held back by administration costs

Are you spending too much time on administration? Business owners seem to think so, resulting in slow growth and additional costs.

Read more »

Firms cutting staff perks to fund National Living Wage

Are you concerned about how your business will fund the national living wage? George Osborne has warned businesses to not cut staff benefits and perks.

Read more »

Businesses lacking leadership skills

Shortages of leadership and management skills have had an adverse effect on business growth and productivity, according to the report by the Federation of Small Businesses.

Read more »

Businesses underestimating risks of cyber crime

More than a third of businesses have fallen victim of cyber crime such as hacking, phishing and pharming.

Read more »

Blue Monday could cost 93 billion

Monday 18 January, or ‘Blue Monday’, has been dubbed the most depressing day of the year and could cost the economy £93 billion, according to employment law experts ELAS.

Read more »

Small business confidence cools

Small business confidence is slowing down, according to the Federation of Small Businesses.

Read more »

Flexible working not included in job adverts

Employers do not include flexible working on job descriptions, research by Timewise has found.

Read more »

Employees value inclusive workplaces

More than half of employees want their workplace to have an inclusive 'family feel', a survey by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development has found.

Read more »

Micro firms quickest to pay invoices

Micro businesses tend to be the fastest to pay their invoices out of all sizes of business in the UK, according to new research.

Read more »
Syndicate content