Fears for 5,000 UK steel jobs as lender collapses Posted on Monday March 08, 2021
The main backer of the UK's third-largest steelmaker has gone into administration.
Mark & Spencer launches online operations in 46 markets Posted on Monday March 08, 2021
The retailer's expansion into 46 markets marks the latest move to grow its digital business.
Bank of England governor sees light at the end of the tunnel Posted on Monday March 08, 2021
But Andrew Bailey says the economy will need to adapt as people work and shop from home more often.
Retailer Boohoo submits plans for new Leicester factory Posted on Monday March 08, 2021
Last year the online clothing company found there were "many failings" within its supply chain in Leicester.
Deliveroo boss Will Shu: 'I was never into start-ups' Posted on Monday March 08, 2021
Will Shu's comments come as the food delivery firm sets out flotation plans but reports another loss.
BP staff set to work from home two days a week Posted on Monday March 08, 2021
The oil giant told staff last month that the new model will start for office-based staff this summer.
Travel firms ‘excluded’ from government support Posted on Monday March 08, 2021
An industry body says many travel companies are missing out and calls for sector-specific funding.
Mothers 'paying the price' for career breaks Posted on Monday March 08, 2021
The employment rate among mothers fluctuates until children reach 15 then falls back, new figures show.
Billionaire Mackenzie Scott marries science teacher Posted on Monday March 08, 2021
The ex-wife of Amazon's Jeff Bezos is one of the world's richest women and a major philanthropist.
Aston Martin's electric sports models to be made at Gaydon plant Posted on Sunday March 07, 2021
The luxury car manufacturer says its battery-powered sports cars will be made in Warwickshire.
Are your procurement activities adding value in 2021 and beyond? Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
This webinar explores the latest innovations in procurement and supply chains, and how to drive and improve your performance.
Off-payroll working – a user guide Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
This practical guide explains the off-payrolling rules as they apply to medium and large businesses. It sets out the operational impacts on finance and payroll departments and how to overcome some of the practical issues of implementation.
Scenario planning and forecasting: Are you using the right tool for the job? Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
In this brief guide we define several techniques and identify what they are best suited to achieve and some traps to avoid.
Business and Management Faculty webinars and events Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
View our upcoming webinars and events.
Measuring employee productivity at home Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
How do you keep an eye on employees when they are working at home?
Interview techniques for the zoom age Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Insight into the world of virtual interviews and the new developments you should be thinking about as you embark on your virtual job search.
Sector focus: Housing market Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Prices are increasing each month, a deeper look at the industry
The importance of sustainability Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Why you need to view sustainability as an investment, not a cost
Finance in the broadest sense Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Building effective finance functions is a key concern of organisations and finance professionals. At a time when many claim we face unprecedented challenges, Stanley Harding's 1963 lecture on the finance function reminds us that there are many lessons we can learn from history. This report reproduces the lecture in full and complements it with expert commentary.
Superforecasting: How to improve your forecasting skills Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Forecasting is an essential skill for finance professionals and managers. Business decisions of all kinds depend on effective approaches to looking ahead. This guide outlines the core principles of “Superforecasting” which will help you develop your forecasting skills.
The vital role of Internal Audit Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
IA’s important role in a strong organisation
Navigating office politics Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
It’s inevitable and unavoidable, so learn how to manage it well
How to recruit a balanced team Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Make sure your team has all the necessary skills to succeed
Put common sense into your business Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Tips to ensure common sense isn’t lacking in your workplace, from an award-winning author
Most important customer trends in 2021 Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
What customers should look out for in 2021
Interview with Richard Morris – HM Treasury Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Things to do to make the most of an unfortunate situation
Scenario planning: a practical guide Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
This guide, created exclusively for Business and Management Faculty members, sets out one approach to scenario planning which finance professionals may wish to consider when planning for the future.
Financial management implications of coronavirus Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
This guide, created by the ICAEW Business and Management Faculty, helps finance professionals with the practical financial management steps they can take to support their businesses through the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
COVID-19: Six actions for finance professionals on cash flow Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
12 October 2020: How to get cash flowing into your business (COVID-19). This guide, created by the ICAEW Business and Management Faculty, shares six practical actions finance professionals may wish to consider when considering cashflow to support their businesses through the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
Why CEOs and CFOs should engage with internal audit Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
David Jardine, senior vice president, Internal Audit at bp plc, explains why Chief Executive Officers and Chief Financial Officers need to engage with the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors’ Code of Practice and why it’s not just for internal audit teams.
Budget 2021: Sunak on plan to recover the UK economy Posted on Wednesday March 03, 2021
The chancellor sets out a three-part plan to “protect the jobs and livelihoods of the British people”.
Budget 2021: Who is Rishi Sunak and what does he believe? Posted on Wednesday March 03, 2021
From newly elected backbencher to Chancellor in less than five years.
Rishi Sunak: 'Shock to economy won't be fixed overnight' Posted on Sunday February 28, 2021
The Chancellor says he wants to level with people about the economic challenges ahead.
Rishi Sunak: £5bn boost for businesses Posted on Sunday February 28, 2021
The Chancellor says a £5bn grant scheme will offer up to £18,000 per business.
Budget 2021: No tax rises immediately, says shadow chancellor Posted on Sunday February 28, 2021
Labour's Anneliese Dodds tells the BBC's Andrew Marr there should be no immediate tax rise on businesses.
Budget 2021: BBC editors on what to expect Posted on Friday February 26, 2021
BBC editors Faisal Islam and Simon Jack tell us what Chancellor Rishi Sunak might have in store.
Deborah Meaden on how the business landscape has changed Posted on Tuesday February 23, 2021
Speaking to Joanna Gosling, the Dragon's Den entrepreneur explains why companies have to get used to a new normal.
Climate Change: How much did it cost US economy in 2020? Posted on Friday February 19, 2021
Last year saw a record numbers of costly extreme weather events.
Covid: How work life changed for a home-schooler and a supermarket manager Posted on Thursday February 18, 2021
How the pandemic has changed work life for a home-schooling parent and a supermarket manager.
ZoomOut: Waving goodbye to awkward video call endings Posted on Wednesday February 17, 2021
ZoomOut, a device which ends a video call at the pull of a cord has been developed.