Latest news for the Hertfordshire Business School
Volunteers from Hertfordshire Business School have donated books to a Save the Children project in Rwanda, Africa after witnessing how books were desperately needed in the local library.
10 May 2018
Hertfordshire Business School once again hosted this awards evening for successful young entrepreneurs on 19 March 2018. The Dragons' Apprentice Challenge programme is an annual award run by Community Central St Albans.
27 March 2018
University of Hertfordshire academics share knowledge to draw attention to rising indebtedness amongst low income households in the UK
Academics from Hertfordshire Business School organised, in conjunction with debt advice charities, a one-day workshop to discuss issues relating to debt, poverty and austerity.
15 March 2018
In March 2018, numerous events took place across the University of Hertfordshire in recognition of Women's History Month and International Women's Day.
13 March 2018
Hertfordshire Business School will once again host this annual awards evening for successful young entrepreneurs.
12 February 2018
The University of Hertfordshire is sponsoring the Civic Awards 2018. Make your nomination today.
16 January 2018
Dementia-Friendly Heritage Guide: University research helps inform making heritage dementia friendly
In an industry first, heritage sites across the country joined forces to launch, with the support of Alzheimer's Society Ambassador Sir Tony Robinson, a pioneering guide to making Britain’s stately homes, museums and parks commit to becoming more dementia-friendly.
4 December 2017
Academics from the University of Hertfordshire are using the publication of the study’s findings to call for a fundamental redefinition of work in the digital age and the creation of a new bill of workers’ rights to protect millions of workers in the European gig economy.
28 November 2017
Apprentices from MBDA, a leading European defence company based in Stevenage, are celebrating after achieving First Class Honours degrees from the University of Hertfordshire.
17 July 2017
Workers in the gig economy need better protection, University of Hertfordshire academic tells Modern Employment Review
Many workers for online platforms in the gig economy are experiencing the worst of both worlds: subject to tight controls yet without access to standard employment rights and benefits, a University of Hertfordshire academic has told an independent review into the changing world of work.
13 April 2017