Leadership: making your own luck
Can you leave good fortune to chance, or is it possible to make your own luck?
Automation could improve gender equality at work
It’s difficult to know exactly which – and how many – jobs will be affected
Brexit boosts demand for accountants, says recruiter
While Robert Walter says a boost in wages has been driven by Brexit, others claim it is only creating uncertainty
Tales from the frontline: Andrew Oury
The co-owner of a record label and partner at Oury Clark shares how he best serves his clients
Do you know your retirement target?
Don’t wait to be told how much to save
Mencap case raises questions about HMRC naming and shaming
Decision that carers on sleep-in shifts not entitled to NMW brings HMRC actions into question
Best practice: the benefits of flexible working
In the latest of our series, Xenia Taliotis looks at how an elastic approach to office hours can be a tool both for recruiting and retaining staff
PwC UK goes fully mobile
The firm plans to remove landlines from its UK offices by the end of summer
Why older people will need to work longer
David Adams on why more older people will need to work for longer and what this means for them, their employers and society
Uber loses employment tribunal appeal
The company lost its appeal to overturn a ruling that will grant its drivers rights including holiday pay and the national minimum wage
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