A new report from Policy Exchange has suggested that when the government sells their stakes in RBS and Lloyds no risk shares should be offered to millions of taxpayers.
Over three fifths (63%) of managers have been expected to behave unethically at some point in their career, according to research published today (Monday) by the Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM) and Business in the Community (BITC).
Founder and former Chairman of Metro Bank Anthony Thomson has called for more entrepreneurs to drive change in the banking arena.
According to a new study, more than half of working mums would take a pay cut for a job which offered them an improved work-life balance – proving that even in these difficult economic times, when it comes to work, it’s not all about the money.
With the UK narrowly avoiding a much feared triple dip recession, international research from communications experts, Pitney Bowes, has revealed that the travel industry is set to be the first to prosper once the British economy finally stabilises into a period of solid growth once again.
Office workers have named 2:55pm as their most unproductive point of the day – according to new research.
A dramatic upturn in demand for HGV drivers has prompted a specialist recruitment firm to speculate that the economic recovery is accelerating. Driving Force, a division of gap personnel, has experienced a sudden spike in appetite for experienced HGV drivers in the past fortnight.
Every four years in the rugby world there is an event that captures the imagination of not just one nation, but four. It is, without doubt, the most special and unique event, and to be a pat of it is a career defining achievement. That event is the British & Irish Lions tour.
In a speech to the Birmingham Made Me design expo, John Cridland, CBI Director-General, outlined his vision of a new approach to regeneration which focuses on business growth and breaks the cycle of dependency on the public sector.
There was further good news for the economy today (Friday) as official figures revealed the gap between the UK's exports and imports dropped by more than expected to £2.6 billion in April.