Peter Linas, international managing director of recruitment software provider Bullhorn, advises how to find and hire a successful country manager.
Why e-cigarettes might be the solution to a loss of productivity caused by smoking breaks.
With a backdrop of anti-age discrimination and a new landscape for financial advice, Lee Coles, head of Jelf Money after Work, looks at how businesses can help and encourage employees to retire.
The days of fiddling with an abacus are over according to David Chancellor, partner at Tyzack Partners, who says that the role of the CFO has changed dramatically.
The balance between wanting to take on new work whilst not increasing staff overheads too much is an issue for many SMEs. Gary Swart, CEO of oDesk, looks at the benefit of online workers and how they can reduce the strain.
Lucinda Carney, occupational psychologist and founder of Actus, looks at how employee performance should be managed and mapped.
Keith Holdt, investment director at private equity firm LDC’s Value Enhancement Group explains why freelancing, in particular e-lancing, is having an impact and is set to transform the modern workplace.
NOW: Pensions discusses the implications of pension changes for businesses.
Freddie Ossberg, founder and MD of Raconteur Media, makes the case for the careful nurturing of new graduates in order to ensure future success in a growing business.
With graduates and employers becoming increasingly demanding of each other, David Bloxham of recruitment firm GCS explains where the balance lies.
With skilled professionals in demand, Nick Everard, managing director of J1 Consulting, looks at how experience picked up in the line of duty can be transferable to the business world.
Peter Boucher, enterprise commercial marketing director for Vodafone UK, looks at how flexible working has helped Vodafone do away with its previous rigid structure and stay ahead of the competition.
Interim management suffers from something of an image crisis, simply because people don't understand the value that it can bring to a company.
Steven Fine, managing partner at advisory firm Peel Hunt, looks at how the role of non-executive directors has changed and the value they can now bring to business.
Mike Robson, director at Azure Partners, looks at the considerations that need to taken into account when assessing the skill sets of a business' board.
The economic climate means businesses are continuing to be forced to do more with less, and individual productivity provides the key to this. Jo Ellen Gryzb, founding director of Impact Factory, explains.
Christopher Hitchins, partner in the employment law team at law firm Lewis Silkin, looks at CFO resignations and their implications.
The ‘pay between assignments’ section of the Agency Workers Regulations is controversial. Employment adviser Rehan Pasha has the lowdown.
Technology can help you monitor staff, but how much tracking is healthy? GrowthBusiness reports on keeping productively on track without compromising output.
Businesses are speeding up the recruitment process by turning to video-conferencing when hiring new employees.
Mobile security business AirWatch has added to the $200 million Series A round it closed earlier in the year by securing an extra $25 million.
David Barker reflects on resisting the temptation to say 'Yes' to the first offer when he opened his data centre, and how choosing instead to diversify his client base at launch has enabled 4D Data Centres to maintain rapid growth in a recession.
That a team of 13 could build a business worth $1 billion should be the inspiration that all entrepreneurs need.
New research from GrowthBusiness shows that the number of UK cash shells is climbing. We speak to new entrants to the market and those that have recently closed deals to find out what’s driving shells’ increasing popularity.