Nick Peters leaves the office today and heads to The Clubhosue, a place where professionals can meet potential clients, hold meetings and just generally work away from their office spaces. Located in the heart of London, Nick meets founder Adam Blaskey to find out why he created The Clubhouse.
After the recent statement made by an HSBC lawyer about how gap years won't impress a future employer, Nick looks into the idea of gap years and if they are indeed a good idea. To discuss this issue Nick is joined by Stefan Wathan, Chief Executive at the Year Out Group.
With women making up the majority of the low paid workforce – what can be done to bridge the gender pay and opportunity gap? Georgie talks to Helen Kersley from the UK Commission for Employment and Skills about their latest initiative.
Is Richard Branson paving the way for a whole new take on paternity pay? Plus all you need to know about why getting healthy could save you money in a surprising way, the team from Moneywise are back in the studio taking a fun look at finance with Georgie Frost.
Mark Earls is a leading expert in marketing and consumer behaviour and quashes the stigma around copying, by showing that it can help us to rethink how we go about solving problems. His newest book, Copy, Copy, Copy provides over 50 strategies that can be used to copy, borrow or steal as the basis for better ideas, faster.
The living wage has been a political hot topic recently and Nick has decided to find out more about if this is feasible and more importantly, what a national living wage could do to help the country. To discuss this issue with nick is Emma Kosmin, Program Manager from the Living Wage Foundation.
Nick Peters talks to Julie McCarthy, Head of Policy, Research and Communications at Working Families, about employers allowing more flexibility to their employers during work and whether this is a good thing.