Many employers fear the Commission is plotting to scrap the opt-out. More likely, the focus will be on preventing abuses and introducing greater safeguards for workers asked to opt out. The Commission is also talking about using the directive to 'improve the balance between work and family life' - ironically, one of the Government's flagship policies. But it is questionable whether the political will exists to tackle Britain's long-hours culture without the stick of tougher legislation from the EU.
The flat pack giant hopes a "phygital" approach will help it compete with online sellers.
We need to normalise mental health at work, says C Space regional CEO Felix Koch.
Captain Eoin Morgan and co can teach business a lot about resilience and purpose, says author Simon Hayward.
It's surprisingly simple to give great service, says AmazeRealise customer experience officer Chris Barnes.
Molson Coors is offering its employees two weeks of 'life leave' on top of holiday.
Britain's approach to policy, investment, laws and roads puts us in the fast lane.