More than 8,000 people helped score banks by the level of customer service, ahead of a new current account switching guarantee. Perennial favourite First Direct has once again been crowned the best bank
The eurozone has exited its longest recession since records began, official figures are expected to show this week. Growth from the powerhouse economy of Germany has pulled the single currency region’s
The economy is finally recovering, but Labour would borrow more and drive up interest rates, says Sajid Javid Growing up in Bristol on one of the country’s roughest streets was pretty tough. I lived with
A new study suggests that 3-D printers could save us some bucks on regularly purchased items. But let’s take a closer look. When it comes to 3-D printing, there’s a seemingly bottomless well of promise
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Retail sales in the euro zone fell broadly for the first time in three months in June, data showed, highlighting the drag of depressed household spending on the bloc’s fragile recovery.
There could be as many as four times more people than previously thought in jobs that do not guarantee them work, new figures suggest. So what is it like to be on a so-called zero-hours contract? For all
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Britain has become a happier and healthier place over the past 12 months, according to a government survey of national wellbeing – although black and Bangladeshi groups continue to be significantly less
“Proper email is a balance between politeness and succinctness,” entrepreneur-investor-author Guy Kawasaki tells Entrepreneur.com. “Less than five sentences is often abrupt and rude, more than five sentences
By 2030, Millennials (ages 18-35) will make up 50% of the US workforce – a fact particularly important for employers and human resource leaders that know future success depends on their ability to attract
This is a guest post by Donna Ballman, a Florida employment lawyer and author of the book, Stand Up For Yourself Without Getting Fired: Resolve Workplace Crises Before You Quit, Get Axed or Sue the Bastards.