Not that long ago I found myself at a lunch in the middle of London where a well known British business figure said something unexpected about the menace of rising inflation.
Around this time last year, a British woman named Nicky Clark was getting ready to do something that middle-aged women did in droves during the pandemic: quit.
After almost two years of working at home with my family, it’s good to finally spend quality time with my office relatives.
If you were about to head off to your first in-person business conference in two years, what would you want to know?
Simon Kuper on how a new generation of CEOs has a different approach to life at the top
Advocates for pay transparency say it would close the gender pay gap
Business leaders are thinking creatively to adapt to the evolving crisis
With only five female chief executives in the FTSE 100, Britain lags behind France
Greater autonomy is a good thing but how well do truly democratic workplaces function?
Researchers say people who swear can seem more honest, credible and persuasive
Investing in future generations of employees is crucial for the future say employers at the latest ‘The Future of the Workplace’ event held in Peterborough on the 24th January 2019.
Platforms focus on remote service sector work — think of eBay for human labour
The Brexit debate assumes that only highly skilled job vacancies need to be filled
The options for bright female non-graduates look worse than for comparably smart men
Britons work harder and faster than French and Germans yet productivity is lower
Applications are up but the right skills are hard for funds to find
Study finds uptick in job moves despite marginally lower average pay
Industry appeals to graduates with Silicon Valley-style perks — and big bonuses
Companies making job offers find some candidates abruptly disappear without trace
Diverse workforce essential to combat new danger of ‘bias in, bias out’