Matthew Cook visits The Thames Reach Employment Academy, a charity that helps thousands of unemployed and economically disadvantaged people find employment, and speaks to some of the key people behind the charity in the first ever episode of Charity Showcase.
Nick Peters talks to The Institute of Business Ethics Director, Philippa Foster Back, about the idea of whistle blowing and what they are trying to do to chance the language and perception surrounding it.
Nick Peters talks about work-life balance and a recent study that shows how companies have downgraded employees well being in the last 5 years. To talk to Nick about this issue is Janice Haddon, founder of Morgan Redwood.
Linda Lewis goes behind the scenes of Escape the City, a company that helps others find exciting new work opportunities. Linda talks to Co-Founders Rob Symington and Dom Jackman to discover how it all works.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Anna Sofat, founder of Addidi and on the phone by Carolyn Gowan, award winning financial planner with Bloomsbury Wealth, to talk about investing if you are a high net-worth woman.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Dave Smith from the National Housing Federation and on the phone by Kelly McCabe from TMP Sherwins to answer your questions about government schemes to help first time buyers, from Right to Buy to Shared Ownership.