Who Votes for a Democratic Workplace?

With the news that Katharine Viner has been appointed as editor-in-chief of The Guardian and Observer newspapers and will take up the paper’s reins in the autumn, there are many reasons to celebrate. Not only is she The Guardian’s first female editor, she was also educated at a state schoolRead More

Could an apostrophe win you the dream job?

I was inspired by some Facebook activity last week and a news item on the BBC Breakfast this morning into whether the correct use of apostrophes really matters anymore. Now I’m mildly dyslexic or (bone idle) my father would have argued. I loved English at school, but terrible at it,Read More