Why running is good for my mental health

Focus_ColorTest_lo
By Penny Dunn, Assistant Director, Deloitte

You've probably heard the stats. One in four people in the UK are affected by a period of poor mental health in their lifetime. Today, 10 October, is World Mental Health Day, which caused me to think about my own mental health and how it’s so important to take time for me.

Continue reading

Posted on 09/10/2018 | 0 Comments

Team Tyne Innovation & the world’s toughest row

Blog image
By Stephen Hall, Office Senior Partner, Deloitte North East

Deloitte is supporting Team Tyne Innovation’s participation in the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge, a 3,000 mile race known as the world’s toughest row. I’d like to tell you why Deloitte got involved and how you can help.

Continue reading

Posted on 16/08/2018 | 0 Comments

Making an impact in the community with Tong Leadership Academy

Shake it up
By Adam Sookia, Assistant Director, Deloitte

This year I’ve had the opportunity to shake things up a bit by working with sixth form students from Tong Leadership Academy as part of our One Million Futures initiative. It aims to help one million people get to where they want to be; whether it’s in the classroom, the workplace or the boardroom. We are working with over 50 of the most inspiring social enterprises, charities and schools across the UK including Tong Leadership Academy.

Continue reading

Posted on 25/07/2018 | 0 Comments

Employers need greater governance to avoid National Minimum Wage breaches

NMW banner
By Helen Kaye, Deloitte partner and global employer services practice leader in the North

The latest ‘name and shame’ list from HMRC of companies underpaying the legal minimum wage highlighted the fact many employers lack appropriate governance and controls to ensure they avoid falling foul of National Minimum Wage (NMW) regulations.

Continue reading

Posted on 17/07/2018 | 0 Comments

Hiring people who ‘fit’…

BusinessChemistry_Carousel.546.308 (002)

By Jessica Dooley, Chief Chemist - Business Chemistry leader, Deloitte UK & North West Europe

A friend and I were chatting last week. He’s a team leader of engineers. We were discussing what he thought he needed by way of people and skill sets to create the ‘right’ team for the day job tasks, to achieve team KPIs, and to create a collaborative and positive working environment. We discussed the merits and shortcomings of selection tests that he's used in the past, which I frequently failed throughout my early career of university placements and graduate programme applications. Unsurprisingly, I'm not a fan of these. So what should you consider when building a team?

Continue reading

Posted on 09/07/2018 | 0 Comments

Why your current group structure could be costing you!

CS blog banner

By Kate Rosie, Assistant Director, Restructuring Services, Deloitte

UK groups, particularly acquisitive ones, are finding that they are now faced with complex, unwieldy group structures where the number of dormant or inactive entities in the group greatly exceeds those that are active. Therefore, we are increasingly seeing UK boards addressing corporate simplification as a priority. So why act now?

Continue reading

Posted on 15/06/2018 | 0 Comments

Together We Can Take on the World

EF banner_change the world

By James Robson, Entrepreneurs' Forum Chairman

I had the pleasure of attending the Entrepreneurs’ Forum spring conference recently, joining almost 300 other aspirational entrepreneurs in Newcastle for what must be the region’s largest event for fast-growing business owners.

Continue reading

Posted on 30/05/2018 | 0 Comments

Bespoke technology proves a winner for Team Dimension Data

Cycle Smarter

By James Young, Performance Analytics Lead at Deloitte

Even those who won’t be watching this weekend’s Tour de Yorkshire will know that there’s more to cycling than riding a bike. When it comes to competitive cycling, race strategies make or break the team. With just milliseconds separating the winners and losers, performance directors are under pressure to make split-second decisions in the heat of the moment.

Continue reading

Posted on 02/05/2018 | 0 Comments

The future of Due Diligence?

DD header
By Matt Henderson, Partner, Deloitte

Notwithstanding a degree of macro-market uncertainty, we are experiencing high levels of deal volumes at present. The 'wall of money', which has been documented elsewhere from well invested UK corporates, private equity and institutional fund sources, continues to chase investment opportunities.

Continue reading

Posted on 09/04/2018 | 0 Comments

The Connected Factory Experience - Digital solutions on the manufacturing floor

Connected Factory_banner
By Paul Sanders, Director, Deloitte

The questions that I’m asked regularly whilst travelling around the UK and Europe tend to be directed towards Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0. These typically take the following form:- What does Industry 4.0 mean for us, what is IoT and how can my business benefit from it, how do I know I’m making the right choice and is my direction of travel going to give me a competitive edge?

Continue reading

Posted on 05/04/2018 | 0 Comments

In pole position to share insights from Deloitte’s collaboration with McLaren at The Grammar School at Leeds

Mike Dobbie banner
By Mike Dobby, Vice Chairman and Senior Consulting Partner, Deloitte

It’s both a privilege and a pleasure to be invited to deliver the annual Mark Bailey lecture at The Grammar School at Leeds this month.  The school established this annual public lecture to honour the achievements of its former headmaster Mark Bailey.

Continue reading

Posted on 03/04/2018 | 0 Comments

Categories