Go Green with Steel Build

As a new start-up, there are a million things to consider about your business, from your key strategies and three-year goals to your hiring process and office culture. Yet, one of the things that can often be left to last is where you will work from. It is very easy in the beginning to start your business from home as this is a cost-effective way to build up clientele, but as your enterprise expands and it becomes essential to bring on board other talented individuals the need for additional space becomes a priority. Buying or renting premises requires a good … Read more

As a new start-up, there are a million things to consider about your business, from your key strategies and three-year goals to your hiring process and office culture. Yet, one of the things that can often be left to last is where you will work from. It is very easy in the beginning to start your business from home as this is a cost-effective way to build up clientele, but as your enterprise expands and it becomes essential to bring on board other talented individuals the need for additional space becomes a priority. Buying or renting premises requires a good … Read more

UK Culture Secretary Recommends Schools Ban Cell Phones Along with France, Rwanda, and More

By B.N. Frank

Culture Secretary, Matt Hancock, has called on UK schools to ban mobile phones.  He put the responsibility on headteachers – not the government:

While it is up to individual schools to decide rather than government, I admire headteachers who do not allow mobiles to be used during the school day. I encourage more schools to follow their lead. The evidence is that banning phones in schools works.

Laws governing children’s relationship with technology vary around the world.  Recently France and Rwanda have passed legislation to ban student use of phones in schools.  Other schools in the … Read more