Episode 46: 29th November 2018

The highest paid woman in the world,  Christmas party season,  Fortune Magazine and the former Xerox CEO keep us talking this week however, we  do need to apologise for the quality of this week’s recording. Studio Gremlins, otherwise known as a noisy fan, have caused interference on the recording. We hope it isn’t too unbearable. Normal service will be resumed next week.

Denise Coates from online betting site Bet365 has been reported as paying herself £265m last year. Ill gotten or hard earned gains? What do you think?

As the Christmas party season approaches we share news and guidance on how much of a Christmas party you can throw and what is classed as allowable and in other news we flag up the new Government High Streets Fund which has recently been launched.

Events this week include:

I Ain’t Got Not Staff Christmas Party – 13th December – Chester

Autism: Future Employment Conference – 25th January 2019 –  Wrexham

Our Business Leader this week is former Xerox CEO Anne Mulcahy who really did work her way up through the ranks.

Quotes that stood out for us were:

“When you have that window of opportunity called a crisis, move as quickly as you can, get as much done as you can. There’s a momentum for change that’s very compelling.”

“Employees who believe that management is concerned about them as a whole person and not ust an employee- are more productive, more satisfied, more fulfilled. Satisfied employees mean satisfied customers, which leads to profitability.”

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