What is it like to live and work in China?

Work in China, people commuting

It is one of the most dynamic, vibrant countries in the world, but moving to work in China can often seem daunting to “foreigners”. Here are some tips which could help

Ignoring diversity will cut you off from new talent

Recruiting and developing employees who fit neatly into a pre-defined culture can create a one-dimensional workforce, and this attitude needs to change for businesses to be truly inclusive

Is social media strengthening our biases?

Social media has transformed the nature of human interaction, but has simultaneously created homogeneous newsfeeds that reinforce our social and cultural biases

Going global? Prioritise cultural intelligence

‘We’re entering a world of work where technological, cultural and non-verbal communication is as important as the traditional written and spoken forms’

Real diversity and inclusion demands a wider scope

Organisations need to widen their understanding of diversity and inclusion beyond gender and race

When in Rome or East Asia

Exporters should adapt to the local culture and business etiquette in their target markets, as Elliot Wilson discovers

Legal eagles across the pond

Adoption of technology by law firms differs significantly in England and Wales compared with the United States, as Jonathan Ames discovers