BBC World Business Report: New York’s fast-food workers set for unprecedented pay-rise
Employment Issues / In the News

BBC World Business Report: New York’s fast-food workers set for unprecedented pay-rise

A wages board in New York State has recommended raising the minimum wage for fast-food workers to $15 per hour by 2018 in New York City and 2021 across the rest of the State. I joined the BBC World Business Report to discuss the impact of the move. Earlier this year, some cities including Seattle, San … Continue reading

Third Sector: Tensions that can result in the early exit of a chief executive
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Third Sector: Tensions that can result in the early exit of a chief executive

I recently provided some insight into the relationships between charities and their chief executives for Third Sector magazine.   The article followed the recent parting of ways of Tessa Ross from the National Theatre. The article, also featuring the comments from ACEVO’s Jenny Berry, can be read in full here.           Continue reading

Snapchat CEO reveals plans for future
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Snapchat CEO reveals plans for future

Snapchat CEO, 24 year-old Evan Spiegel, has said that an initial public offering (IPO) is “really important” for the ephemeral social media platform. Since it launched in 2011, Snapchat has grown to 100million registered users actively engaging with the platform each day. Of those, 65% upload ‘snaps’ – photos, pictures and videos – which are shared … Continue reading

Minimum wage protestors seek to influence corporate America
Employment Issues / In the News

Minimum wage protestors seek to influence corporate America

Is the introduction of a standard minimum wage always bad for business?  Studies can argue either way, but the long term social and cultural impact of a minimum hourly rate can be seen in nearly all developed countries.  The teething pains can be acute, however, especially in the service sector. On a global level, the right … Continue reading