An effective wellbeing strategy begins when you lead by example
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.
The ‘work Christmas Do’ used to be an annual event for almost every business, but after lockdowns and the economic downturn, work-based Christmas parties may no longer be on the calendar.
Practical advice about the new approach to holiday entitlement calculation for part-year and casual workers
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.
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 […]
Making the right first impression – what to do during the weeks before your new employee starts work
Even when cashflow is tight, it’s important to retain your staff. But while you’re searching for economies, try not to take your eye off future plans: for an organisation to grow successfully, it must formulate its next steps.
It’s August, which means many of us, and our employees, are taking summer holiday leave.
The interview process is over. You’ve found the perfect person for the role. Phew. So, what’s the next stage?