Encouraging diversity within organisations is widely accepted not only as the right thing to do, but also commercially beneficial.
It was a great honour to address the Winmark NED Group recently in a roundtable event sponsored by Russam GMS. The focus was The Gig Economy, the term given to the growing trend for short term contracts and freelancing to take the place of permanent jobs.
As the UK edges ever nearer to Brexit and a no-deal scenario becomes more conceivable, businesses are scrambling to prepare. How ready is your business for the UK to leave the European Union? How clear are you about the impacts that could affect you?
The role of the Interim in driving rapid business change. Since the early 70s, Interim Management has been an essential component of the British economy. Interim Managers are much sought after to lead change, manage projects and fix situations in a short timeframe – helping many businesses to overcome hard times.
There’s one topic on everybody’s mind this month: Brexit. As the deadline looms and the future becomes less certain than ever, businesses are taking steps to prepare for whatever is in store.
Currently in the UK, just 14% of companies report paying women more than their male employees, and there is no sector in which the pay gap favours women.
The UK's executive interim management sector has seen modest growth of 8 per cent over the last 12 months, in spite of the Brexit backdrop.