Married employees are happier working from home reveals Manchester Met research
Surveys have shown that working from home has made some workers happier and more productive.
Reflections on the Political Nature of Sport – Inaugural Lecture – 31 May 2018
Professor Jonathan Grix, Professor in Sport Policy will be giving a lecture on the Political Nature of Sport on Thursday 31 May.
How best to support small businesses with their HR challenges
Small employers are key to the economy. Yet, the challenges they face are as big as the those for their larger counterparts.
Does Facebook plan to launch its own cryptocurrency?
Could launching a cryptocurrency be the next big move for the social media giant?
The Diploma in Sporting Excellence is leading the next generation in sports – but how can we support the leaders of today?
With the new diploma to encourage people to enter careers in sport, we ask how we can support those already in the profession.
Still special: why MBAs continue to be of value to employers
At Manchester Metropolitan, we believe MBAs continue to be one of the most valued qualifications in the business world - here’s why.
Global Online academic helps lead the future of sport in Manchester
Jonathan Grix teamed up leading organisations to discuss the future of sport in the city.
Manchester Metropolitan Business School shortlisted for UK education award
Our Business School’s strong networks with employers have been recognised by the Educate North Awards.
Are poor line managers to blame for our lack of female business leaders?
Can we blame poor line management for inequality at the highest levels of business? We discuss.
Could online study help reduce the impact of Brexit on UK universities?
In the face of uncertainty about the impact of Brexit on EU student fees and visas, could online learning be the answer?