Jack Torrance

Associate web editor

Jack is fascinated by change. Whether it's the latest start-up promising to shake up the way we eat, sleep or buy socks or ageing businesses struggling to compete with shiny new rivals, MT's web co-editor strives too bring you the latest in the world of disruption. Jack writes a weekly profile of successful entrepreneurs and loves a good scandal, so he's a regular contributor to MT's Reputation Matters stream.  

Email: jack.torrance@haymarket.com 

Why your reputation as an employer is more important than ever

Why your reputation as an employer is more important than ever

Workers are increasingly willing to spill the beans about a bad workplace.

How to make redundancies without crushing employee morale

How to make redundancies without crushing employee morale

Don't let a round of layoffs ruin your company culture.

There is no silver bullet that will solve the global trust crisis

There is no silver bullet that will solve the global trust crisis

Public faith in business, media and the government is at an all time low.

Meet the entrepreneur who built a £75m employee benefits business

Meet the entrepreneur who built a £75m employee benefits business

Saurav Chopra's Perkbox is growing at a fearsome pace.

How big firms are using accelerators to stave off disruption

How big firms are using accelerators to stave off disruption

Diageo, John Lewis, BMW and Barclays are all turning to start-ups in a bid to stay ahead of the curve.

Jeremy Corbyn's maximum wage plan would be a disaster

Jeremy Corbyn's maximum wage plan would be a disaster

A cap on earnings would be bad for the economy - and have little impact on inequality.

Can Quiqup save the high street from the onslaught of Amazon?

Can Quiqup save the high street from the onslaught of Amazon?

The London-based start-up is like Deliveroo, but for shops.

Five tips for hiring (and holding on to) young people

Five tips for hiring (and holding on to) young people

Forget ping pong and free food, this is what 'millennials' want in a job.

The gender pay gap is largely down to parenthood

The gender pay gap is largely down to parenthood

Young women earn only slightly less than their male peers but the gap widens with age.

Should entrepreneurs do an MBA?

Should entrepreneurs do an MBA?

Update: Education can fill the gaps in your knowledge but there's no substitute for grit and hunger.