There’s no question that the social media revolution has changed the way that businesses communicate with their customers, employees and industry peers. But are enough organisations taking advantage of this opportunity?
If your business is growing quickly, one of the most difficult things to manage is hiring the right staff.
If your business is ready to take on new people, then it looks like now is the perfect time to do so. However, it’s still essential that you follow the rules to make sure that you not only get the best candidates. Take a look at our practical guide for recruiting in the digital age.
We asked our Sage Business Experts for their top tips for 2014. Read their advice on hiring the right people below in part two of our three part series.
Find out what factors to take into consideration when recruiting new employees, whether this is your first employee or the latest of many.
Recent research has shown that employers are moving away from graduate employment and embracing apprenticeships. Adviser Plus explores how apprenticeships are a cost effective way of building a skilled workforce
More than half of small trade business owners rely on a spouse to help run their business. Sage Business Expert Mary Cummings offers her tips on working with your family.
When you’re thinking of starting a business learning from successful businesses can be a great source of inspiration. Here we interview Jamie Stanford, MD of games room and amusement products supplier, Liberty Games, to find out what inspires him.
For small business owners, one of the best aspects of hiring new employees is that they can start to delegate those tasks that don’t really suit them. Sage Business Expert Craig Sharp tells his story of how moving from being a sole trader helped him focus his attentions on what he was best at.
Last week Sue Keogh shared her experiences of hiring her first employees. This week Miranda Ballard, founder of Muddy Boots Foods and Sage Business Expert looks back at what she’s learnt when going from 0 to 1.