Most people are unaware that the 'gift' they are receiving can be seen as a bribe by a court of law. Here's how to keep your business on the right side of the legal system
Another day, another heartbreaking study on the gender gap. As more men zoom past women on the corporate ladder, and fewer women scale the pay gap, it's time to trump corporate Darwinism if we're all to win
The Luxembourg headquarted European Investment Fund (EIF) has been a huge boost for British businesses beyond the M25. Now with the UK's imminent exit from the European Union, where will our fast-growth businesses get their funding from?
PM Theresa May stated: "we’re going to have not just consumers represented on company boards, but employees as well." Does this mean a shake-up for governance?
Prior to the referendum, it was expected that the UK would have to comply with the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which would come into effect in 2018. Now the UK’s need to comply with this regulation is unclear. Here's what you need to know
FedEx Europe's David Poole outlines how SMEs can enter and grow in the hard-to-crack aerospace sector
The Competitions and Markets Authority's report published yesterday called for banks to ramp up their digital platforms for greater transparency in a customer-first approach
Once the Brexit process begins, a throng of UK residents of EU nationalities may seek to confirm their right to stay, resulting in 140 years worth of visa applications in one year. Legal experts Claire D. Nilson and Alexander Glibbery explain how businesses can prepare for stricter immigration rules
With a national emphasis on finding and developing talent in science, technology and mathematics, Liam Hayes looks at the most common stereotypes facing engineers today
As a business owner, you are at the forefront of your brand. Safwan Hak, founder of 9Sharp explains why your personal brand is a direct representation of your business, outlining six tips to get started
Charlotte Slocombe, partner at Fragomen Worldwide, discusses the potential impact of Brexit on the SME market and how our US neighbours manage the shortage of seasonal and unskilled labour
Following the controversy over comments from ex-editor of The Sun, Kelvin MacKenzie, in relation to a Channel Four news presenter wearing a hijab and cases now reaching the European Court of Justice, Law At Work’s director of legal services Donald Mackinnon looks at whether employers can ban employees from wearing Islamic head coverings
Your investor could be with you for a number of years and during that time will be actively involved with your business, including sitting on your board. Here are top things to consider when forging the relationship
Daniel Keighron-Foster, MD of Manchester-based cloud consultancy Steamhaus outlines what we can learn from the sale of the UK's biggest and best tech business
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