The 'Enjoy Slow' campaign motivates people to drink slowly and moderately, with Captain Morgan stating that responsible drinking is celebratory and should be a social and cultural norm.
Statistics from XTB group suggest the percentage of women interested in financial markets has increased from 16 per cent in 2022, with women working in the financial sector contributing £1.12 trillion to the UK economy.
International Women's Day reopens the debate on gender equality in the workplace, as women continue to be the driving force in sustainability compared to their male counterparts.
S&P 500 sheds 2%, FTSE 100 is expected to open lower, while the UK has seen the British pound fall against the dollar as the government negotiates with the striking public sector.
Artificial intelligence and cloud-based analytics could be the biggest help for retailers to understand customer behaviour in 2023.
Around 24% of employees in senior management positions in companies with more than 1001 employees experience 'Sunday scaries', according to recent survey by Ciphr.
United Kingdom inflation eased to 10.1% in January 2023 and eased the pressure on the Bank of England. Many retailers, however, need to maintain higher product prices.
Four-day working from home week might have an 'overall better work/life balance', says Reboot's Managing Director Naomi Aharony.
Apprenticeships announcement failed to meet full endorsement from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation
Recruitment and Employment Confederation has responded to the government's announcement by the Secretary of State for Education, Gillian Keegan, regarding young people who will be able to use UCAS to search for apprenticeships.
Swedish property company has been included in the Sustainability Yearbook for the seventh time in a row and leads the European ranking. Ranked fifth globally, Castellum is determined to continue its sustainable goals.