We know skills matter to growth and innovation, but despite a lot of endeavour, initiatives and goodwill, we haven’t been getting it right.
The jury is no longer out – the case has been made about the importance of unlocking female talent to deliver UK economic prosperity.
There is a danger business people will get tired of the debate on whether Britain should stay in or our of the EU.
A lack of trained workers is holding back productivity and dampening what could be an extraordinary period of growth and prosperity.
Investing in staff is a sure-fire way to improve the productivity of your company, so why do many firms shy away from it?
While the budget has good and bad points, there was good news for those first-time buyers looking to get on the housing ladder
Why we need to invest in productivity, skills and education to make the best of Britain’s talents
Despite having taken a knock during the recession, our manufacturers have bounced back, and are helping to build a strong industrial base
Businesses may not be able to put their feet up when it comes to calculating holiday pay after a recent European Court of Justice ruling
From businesses to charities, and from Whitstable to Westminster, there is a clear consensus that we need to be building more homes
The number of women on the boards of both FTSE 100 and FTSE 250 companies has increased but few are in key executive positions.
For the figures to add up to good times for businesses, the economy needs to grow and keep growing.
The CBI believes businesses got what they wanted from the Budget - measures to lock in the recovery, get investment going and boost exports.
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