As PM unveils governance rules
Prime Minister Theresa May has been accused of backtracking on plans to tackle boardroom excess…
Scotland’s £2.5 billion co-operative sector believes it is set for a period of growth after a new poll showed an increasing public desire for a fairer way of organising theRead More
New identity for employment service
Investors in People Scotland is rebranding as Re:markable to reflect its broader services to employers…
Why did Jeremy Corbyn win the battle of the election slogans? The power of your message is not alway in what you say, but what you do, argues Niels FootmanRead More
Seventh year of opposition
A fifth of shareholders in the advertising giant WPP voted against chief executive Sir Martin Sorrell’s £48m pay package…
Recognition for call centre workers
BT has announced that the vast majority of its agency staff..
Staff working for World Bank chief economist Paul Romer have been relieved of his dedication to “cleansing its language”, but should there be “rules” on what sort of words toRead More
New fines for non-compliance
Many businesses remain unaware of the biggest shake-up in data protection laws for 20 years and risk huge fines if they are not compliant by next year.
Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the European Commission, was telling us just last week that English was “slowly but surely losing its importance in Europe”? Niels Footman has put hisRead More
There has been no shortage of headline-grabbing news. The EU’s trade commissioner said Britain would get a trade deal. The US vowed to bring North Korea to its sensesRead More