Top five: tips for supporting a neurodivergent workforce


Most working practices are designed around the needs of neurotypical people, which can make it more difficult for neurodivergent employees to flourish at work. Raising awareness and encouraging understanding can help to attract, retain, and develop neurodivergent team members, creating a more inclusive, diverse and innovative workplace. Here are five ways you can do this.

Access to Work: a grant that could really make a difference

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Access to Work is a publicly funded employment support programme. It exists to help people with physical or mental health conditions or disabilities to start or stay in work, or to move into self-employment or start a business (although it doesn’t cover business start-up costs.)

What’s your wellbeing strategy for 2024?

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Do you have a wellbeing strategy? It might seem like ‘yet another thing’ on the to-do list, but supporting your employees in their working and home lives can really make a difference to your business. Here’s why.

Time and money ‘well’ spent?


For SMEs it can be challenging to find the time, resources, and expertise to think about employee wellbeing. But a wellbeing strategy will bring benefits, whatever the size of your business. Here are a few reasons why.

Why & How We Need to Encourage Domestic Abuse Awareness in the Workplace

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Blog author: Kayleigh Delacey Domestic Abuse Education, spearheaded by Sharon Livermore, a survivor of domestic abuse, stands as a beacon of awareness and education. Sharon’s personal journey, marked by a harrowing incident in November 2015, has fuelled her dedication to shedding light on the pervasive issue of domestic abuse. Her impactful initiatives include the establishment […]

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