By Andrew Johnson MD at PowWowNow The government has published its ‘roadmap’ for progressively lifting lockdown restrictions, but many are asking for further clarity over how to ensure the safety of workers as we begin to reopen the economy. With companies responsible for worker safety, business leaders need to know what steps they should […]
By Data Cubed. Most businesses have the same problem when it comes to data… They are data-rich – with megabytes, gigabytes or terrabytes of data being stored, transferred and processed in their organisation everyday Yet they are insight-poor – with a lack of data-driven decision-making and no actionable insight The reason for being insight-poor often […]
As working from home becomes the new normal for office workers UK-wide, virtual meetings are quickly becoming an essential way to communicate with customers and staff.
In response to the UK Government advice to employers on COVID -19, and schools nationwide closing from Monday, the majority of the UK’s SME workforce are currently working from home, some for the first time.
Data stored on business systems is both an asset and a liability. Like any asset, your data is worth guarding, and like any liability, it’s worth mitigating. Personal identification numbers, customer payment information, contact lists, product/service roadmaps, and intellectual property are just some of the types of confidential data that’s stored on almost every business […]
Posted on 5th October 2016 in How To Guides.
Developing new products and services is vital to the growth and profitability of your business. It not only provides you with the opportunity to sell more to your existing customer base – which of course is cheaper than cultivating brand new customers – it also provides the opportunity to enter new markets and target other […]
Posted on 13th September 2016 in How To Guides.
By Sam Campbell, Head of Business Insight, SwitchMyBusiness.com In many areas, the UK’s smaller businesses are the overlooked middle child, falling between the heavily regulated consumer sector and better resourced corporates. Energy is no exception. A lack of time to carefully consider the options is the recurring theme. Take fixed-term energy contracts, for instance: while […]
Some of the biggest employers in the country are utility companies. These include household names such as National Grid, Centrica, United Utilities and Severn Trent which are members of the FTSE100 list of the UK’s largest public corporations.
Posted on 10th August 2015 in How To Guides.
As we enter summer holiday season, a new study has found that holidays are not nearly as relaxing as they should be. 61% of 1,000 UK workers and managers recently surveyed by ILM feel obligated to work on holiday. Furthermore 64% read and send emails during their time off and 28% take business phone calls.
Body language is said to be the secret language of success. Many people do not even notice how people are giving off signals, but these might actually be nearer to the truth than the words they are saying.
Posted on 8th July 2015 in How To Guides.