Business

Unveiling Executive Stress and Redefining Support in Corporate Leadership

Beneath the facade of confidence in corporate leadership lies a stark reality: high-level executives bear a heavy burden of stress. Written by guest author Amanda Caldeira, Founder of Caldeira Consulting, this article delves into the overlooked challenges executives face, proposing a proactive approach to tackle stress at its source within organisations

Unveiling Executive Stress and Redefining Support in Corporate Leadership Read More »

AppLovin Welcomes Barbara Messing to its Board of Directors

AppLovin Corporation today unveiled a pivotal addition to its Board of Directors: Barbara Messing, renowned for her transformative impact across global brands like Roblox and Walmart. Her appointment signals a strategic leap forward in AppLovin’s mission to redefine customer engagement through innovative technology and seasoned leadership

AppLovin Welcomes Barbara Messing to its Board of Directors Read More »

Jonathan Reynolds Takes Helm as UK Business Minister Amidst SME Support Demands

Jonathan Reynolds steps into the role of the UK’s new Business Minister amidst fervent calls for bolstering support to small and micro businesses. His appointment follows Labour’s decisive victory in the General Election, with expectations soaring high for him to enact substantial economic reforms

Jonathan Reynolds Takes Helm as UK Business Minister Amidst SME Support Demands Read More »

Revolutionising UK Commercial Fleets: Nyobolt’s 5-Minute EV Battery Charge

The UK commercial fleet market stands on the brink of a revolutionary shift, driven by a groundbreaking innovation from start-up Nyobolt. Their new electric car battery, capable of charging from 10% to 80% in just under five minutes, promises to redefine operational efficiency and productivity for businesses reliant on electric vehicles

Revolutionising UK Commercial Fleets: Nyobolt’s 5-Minute EV Battery Charge Read More »

Remote Work Deception: The Mouse Jiggler Dilemma

Remote work has spurred both innovation and deception. The rise of tools like mouse jigglers, masking inactivity, led to Wells Fargo terminating employees. This raises a critical question: Is this behaviour grounds for dismissal or a sign of deeper corporate issues? As companies navigate monitoring remote productivity, the balance between surveillance and trust is increasingly crucial

Remote Work Deception: The Mouse Jiggler Dilemma Read More »

Exclusive Interview: Anne-Caroline Frey

The Executive Magazine presents an exclusive interview with Anne Caroline Frey, the visionary behind Loire Valley Lodges. From Parisian life to the serene landscapes of Touraine, Anne Caroline shares her inspiring journey of creating a unique retreat where luxury, art, and nature harmoniously blend. Discover her insights on sustainable luxury, holistic well-being, and the captivating story behind this enchanting haven

Exclusive Interview: Anne-Caroline Frey Read More »

The New Exodus: Overworked and Underpaid, Employees Seek Better Horizons

Amidst relentless cost pressures and evolving workplace dynamics, a new wave of resignations is on the horizon. Employees, feeling increasingly overworked and underpaid, are once again eyeing the exit door. The recent findings from PwC’s Global Workforce Hopes & Fears Survey reveal a significant uptick in the number of workers planning to switch jobs compared to the height of the Great Resignation in 2022

The New Exodus: Overworked and Underpaid, Employees Seek Better Horizons Read More »