Linkibuzz 36

Linkibuzz Edition 3

Linkilaw Startup Advice & Tips

We’ve got another batch of stories from across Europe and the rest of the world for this week’s Linkibuzz.   We know that there are gender and socio-economic inequalities in society and our first story highlights this, showing there is still work to be done before this gap is bridged completely.   It’s well-known that one of the biggest problems …

Linkibuzz 38

Linkibuzz 38

Linkilaw Linkibuzz

This week for Linkibuzz 38, we’re starting off with a story that should remind all workers and employers about the importance of highlighting social media policies to staff. You’ll see what we mean once you start reading the post below. We’ve got an interesting story about the future of banking and how financial tech Startups are coercing many banks’ customers …

Linkibuzz

The Linkibuzz 34

Linkilaw Linkibuzz

Linkibuzz 34 is here for you this week with a diverse range of news. First up, we’ve got a post that creatively addresses how startups can globally address their skills shortages. We guarantee you that there’s at least one thing in here that you hadn’t thought of. Then we’ve got an announcement from some global giants in the United States …

employee handbook

10 Reasons You Need An Employee Handbook

Linkilaw Company Law, Employee Regulations, Record Keeping & Taxes

For any forward thinking company, an employee handbook is of the utmost importance. Think of it like a corporate Bible, a piece of content that lets workers know what’s required of them. It’s the rule of law, a document that wrests control from the untamed masses, exerting corporate influence and order. Well, something like that. The handbook should detail your startup’s laws on …

Linkibuzz 27

The Linkibuzz 27

Linkilaw Linkibuzz

It’s Friday, and time for another round of posts affecting the UK economy and the businesses that support it for Linkibuzz 27. From a generation of youthful upstarts (soon to be the new startups) to some real solid advice on filling your company’s skills gap – something’s sure to catch your attention. Linkilaw’s blog is meant to provide a real …

Amazon Opens Startup Loft

Around the Web – Week 12

Linkilaw Business News, Shared Resources, Startup Advice & Tips

Welcome to another exciting week across the UK, and here at Linkilaw. From Amazon’s new AWS pop-up coming to town (you’ll want to register early), and what matters to your employees, to startup notes from Airbnb’s co-founder, there’s a little something for everyone. And, we’re happy to receive another intriguing read by our founder, Alexandra Isenegger – an absorbing perspective …

E-Commerce Advice

Around the Web – Week 10

Linkilaw Business News, Motivation & Success, Shared Resources, Startup Advice & Tips

Happy Friday! It’s time for our weekly collection of web-wide posts – from advice on your first e-commerce site to a look at significant teamwork between financiers and startups, along with a peek into Ikea’s work culture, and the debut of our first ebook! E-Commerce Advice From Start-Up CEOs Author Chad Deatherage credits a study by Shop Direct for showing …

company culture

Company Culture: What Really Matters To Your Staff?

Linkilaw Motivation & Success, Startup Advice & Tips

Company Culture: What Really Matters To Your Staff? As an employer, of course you want an environment in which your business – as well as the employees who help to shape it – can thrive. It can be difficult at times to imagine what will drive your people to be more satisfied and productive.   “When employees feel safe and …