Giving back to the community around your business is a lot more than doing once-a-year CSR programs. It needs to be a mission for the business as well as a
Type “women in technology” in the Google search bar and you’ll see words like “we have a long way to go”, “gender pay gap” and “#MeToo.” This is perhaps unsurprising.
As a decision maker and business leader in Northern Ireland, some of your formal business presentation situations will be about changing minds. You might want to introduce a new way
Outline your alternatives Northern Ireland Chamber President challenges Withdrawal Agreement sceptics
“For those that are not in support of the draft agreement, it is now time to outline your alternative proposals” – that was the key message delivered by Northern Ireland
At the CBI Northern Ireland regional council meeting at Queen’s University Belfast, business leaders unanimously backed calls to address shortcomings in university funding and to deliver a sustainable long-term funding
Belfast based independent accountancy and advisory firm, Baker Tilly Mooney Moore, has concluded its thought leadership mini podcast series with advice to local businesses on overcoming the hurdles to growth.
Robin Hoyle, Head of Learning Innovation at Huthwaite International, discusses the first steps to creative change and cultural transformation. Making creative thinking commercial has long been a challenge for team
Brightwater Salary Survey shows acute sectoral skills shortages driving Northern Ireland salaries up by 28%
Skills shortages and a growth in manufacturing in Northern Ireland have combined to boost salaries in the sector by up to 28% in roles such as project engineer and environmental