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Looking to start or grow your own business in 2018? Rosemary Proctor from Inspiring Interns lays out the best UK cities in which to do it:
With millennials soon to make up more than half the total workforce and research showing that they are motivated more by improving the world than work prestige or big money jobs – how can small businesses attract and retain top talent?According to Marco Barbosa, founder of eSolidar and one of Forbes top 30under30 Social Entrepreneurs, […]
There’s a lot in the news about the dangers of presenteeism. But, as Polly Allen from Inspiring Interns points out, little seems to be being done about it. Wondering why that is? Read on.
Offering employees the opportunity to work flexibly plays a key role in increasing their well-being, claims workspace provider Regus.
Every business large and small has a sales funnel. Whether you’re a freelance hairdresser who gets all your leads from a written sign in the local newsagents, or a 30-person-strong digital marketing agency with a fully automated CRM system, you have a sales funnel. Kate Jones, from Inspiring Interns, explains further.
It’s a phrase that is often used, 90 per cent of those companies won’t make it beyond their fifth birthdays. Johnathan Richards, CEO and Founder of breatheHR says that “If a company doesn’t reach its fifth birthday, it is often due to a failure of long-term planning: including ensuring that the right skills and the right people are in […]
UK businesses are failing to support a culture of innovation despite employees believing that their companies would benefit from fresh ideas and innovative ways of working, new research shows.
What is one of the most effective ways to improve your business’ bottom line? Increasing productivity, explains Zulfah Abrahams from Inspiring Interns.
True or false: the most important part of running a business is how we treat our customers. False, says Kate Jones from Inspiring Interns.
Understanding and distinguishing between the demographic cohorts from Baby Boomers through to Generation X and Generation Y has long been a priority for employers and the wider professional landscape alike – but rather less is known about the latest arrivals, says Louisa Hogarty, Group HR Director, Noble Foods Group.