In 2017/18, there were 3.9 million working days lost as a result of 71,062 workers suffering a non-fatal injury at work. The cost financially in 2016/17 came to £5.2 billion. The widespread impact of work accidents is clear.
Huawei has been rocked by political and legal turmoil at a time when it also happens to be poised to build the worldwide 5G revolution.
With 2018 behind us, it feels like so long ago that some of the year’s biggest stories have gone by and faded into obscurity—though some have had such a piercing impact that we still feel the rippling effect to this day. As we begin the new…
Becoming a leader in business Entrepreneurship gives women a great opportunity to pursue self-empowerment and excel on their own terms. However, starting a business is by no means an easy feat and requires dedication, hard work and…
Flexible working is increasingly in demand. It’s high on the list of preferred benefits for many UK workers and something CEOs keen to improve employee retention and increase engagement in 2019 should consider. Research from XpertHR…
There is mounting pressure for listed businesses to be more transparent in their practices.
The workplace has evolved significantly over the past decade, with the demise of on-site working and a 9-5 working day now almost non-existent in many businesses.
With social media, corporate scandals can reach millions globally in a matter of seconds. The Allianz 2018 Risk Barometer lists reputational loss as the eighth most relevant global risk faced by companies.