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As more high-profile cases of stress come to light, is it time to re-examine our working lives?
Twitter has appointed former Pearson CEO Marjorie Scardino to its board following a backlash over its lack of female talent.
Graeme Yell, director, Hay Group, on what employers can do to retain talent
McDonald’s vice president, people, UK on why work qualifications should be equal to A-levels and degrees
The chief executive of the Prince’s Trust on the mutual benefits of taking on young employees
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The chief executive of On Purpose on developing the future leaders for social enterprises in the UK
The head of UK primary markets at the London Stock Exchange on developing the right environment to nurture talent
The head of HR, resourcing and development at Virgin Atlantic Airways on how he would secure Britain’s Talent
And SMEs can create feel the benefits just as much as larger companies
The founder and chairman of Fear Group and entrepreneur in residence at the British Library speaks out
MEP for London Mary Honeyball on her masterplan to tackle gender inequality
The chief executive of ICAEW on securing Britain’s talent pipeline
The government’s apprenticeship ambassador to business welcomes our new publication
What you can learn from the BlackBerry crumble
The London Loves Talent Awards chair on why talent is easy to spot but harder to retain
Is the trend here to stay?
Angel investor Hugh Chappell, who has stakes in Lovestruck & ParkatmyHouse, on why age is no barrier to jump on the entrepreneurship train
Graeme Yell, director, Hay Group on how a little positivity can go a long way
Will King, founder, King of Shaves on why the UK needs to nurture talent and why he’s judging the London Loves Talent Awards
Following the death of a BAML intern, we ask: is London’s intense work culture taking its toll?
Rajeeb Dey, founder of Enternships and co-founder of StartUp Britain on why he decided to judge the London Loves Talent Awards and what qualities he’s looking out for in entries
Why common sense is still uncommon in corporate firms
The Pimlico Plumbers boss on why nurturing talent is more important than ever
Graeme Yell, director at global management consultancy, Hay Group, on what firms should keep in mind before they change business strategies
Is there room for sentiment when making big decisions?