Striving to do more with less is nothing new to most SMEs . Whether it’s maximising efficiency by empowering staff to work flexibly, or carefully plotting budgets to get the most from every last penny, it’s all part and parcel of the small business journey – not to mention a necessary strategy for increasing turnover. But, as recent research has revealed, small
A lot happened in July 2018. Parks across the land were scorched as the UK basked in a heatwave. Football didn’t come home, but it came (sort of) close. And the NHS celebrated its 70 th birthday, marking another decade of service for one of the country’s most important and valued public institutions.
But with this anniversary came a heightened pressure – because
Since its launch in 2017, health and social care organisations in the UK have gradually started migrating from the old NHS national network (N3) to its replacement, the Health and Social Care Network (HSCN).
With N3 thought to be no longer fit for purpose, the newer HSCN is defined as providing ‘a reliable, efficient and flexible way for health and social care
Searching for some 2019 business inspiration? There are few better places to start than The Sunday Times Fast Track 100 league table, which ranks private companies with the fastest-growing sales over their last three years. And one sector in particular stood out in this year’s list. Despite a difficult economic climate and low high street footfall , a number of
Recruitment is one of the fastest growing industries in the UK. In tandem with which, of course, goes an increase in competition. Meaning firms need to act quickly and smartly to keep themselves at the front of the pack, especially during times when recruitment spikes – like in January.
So, why is a January peak in demand even an issue for recruiters?
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