As the owner of a growing business, you might consider a health and wellbeing plan a ‘nice to have’ in an ideal world. In reality, it’s an expense you simply can’t afford to spare.
What can we learn from companies that have succeeded in creating their own coherent cultures? Check out these four distinct company culture examples.
It’s important to understand the difference between workplace cultures in order to know which is right for yours. So what types of company culture actually are there?
In the wake of the Jeremy Kyle Show scandal, thortful.com CEO Andy Pearce explains how small businesses without HR departments can still implement a duty of care and do the right thing for staff mental health.
Company culture is important. It affects employee productivity, motivation, loyalty – and customers too, of course.
Companies are complex things. Discover how to make yours a great place to work. This article explains why workplace culture is important, why you need a company culture strategy and what one usually includes – and how to execute that strategy.
A business’s employees are amongst its greatest assets and the benefits of training and upskilling are there for all to see. How can employers step up and break the skills ceiling?
In this series, we look at workplace norms that push the gender divide further, and how you can build an inclusive culture that helps everyone bring their best selves to work.
What motivates your staff to come to work? Money is an obvious answer, and an important one. But it doesn’t fully explain why your staff feel motivated, demotivated or somewhere in between.
As the dust settles on this year’s Gender Pay Gap reporting season, it’s time to take stock of the results and consider the ways in which businesses can start making changes now to ensure they are fit for the future. Because in this day and age, hiding away from diversity and inclusion obligations could mean the difference between growth and acceleration, and being left behind.
As a business owner, it’s crucial that you’re able to attract and retain talented members of staff. To do this, you must start by giving them the tools they need to prosper and gain new skills under your leadership. To say that you can help develop your staff and their skillsets is great PR for your brand on a recruitment level. Here are five major ways in which you can upskill the staff in your SME.
After years of protecting our borders and keeping peace, the return to civilian life can be difficult for many military veterans. A new awards programme recognises British ex-forces in business, shining a light on a unique group of business owners with an incomparable set of skills.