Retail SMEs are facing problems with social media, staff turnover, recruitment and staff morale, according to a report....
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Companies are looking more towards chief purchasing officers to help them understand supply chain risks, while firms which are collaborating and sharing information about their suppliers are reducing the cost of due diligences for themselves and making their business more competitive.
Around 29.8 million people are forced to live in slavery around the world, according to the Chartered Institute for Purchase and Supply (CIPS), while every day 6,000 people around the world die from work-related accidents or disease.
Organisations must be more risk-aware if they are to avoid dreaded black swan events.
Firms risk being hit by all sorts of accusations if their supply chain falls foul of bad practices, such as being involved in child labour, slavery, bribery or even collusion.
One in eight British workers cannot name one quality they admire in their manager, according to new research.
Germany is the most energy efficient of the world’s major economies, with Italy just behind in second place, according to a new study.
Bradford Council is set to save more than £500,000 a year by switching to a self-service approach at its customer service centres.
The happiest workplaces – what makes them so great? Gallup research on the state of the American workplace last year showed that engagement and happiness makes a difference to a company’s bottom line.
Energy provider British Gas will create 300 new jobs as part of a nationwide investment in customer service, it was announced yesterday.