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The most important asset for all employers should be the people that work in the business, their skills, and the experience they bring to the tasks that they engaged with.
Long term business success is achieved through how a company connects with its people and their skills, ensuring operations are efficient and the business can innovate and interact with its customers and suppliers.
Over the last fifteen months the number of people affected by COVID-19 is unprecedented. Find out more about the long-term effects of COVID.Read full post
One of the main challenges to all business leaders and managers posed by the coronavirus crisis is answering the question “Is it possible to lead well, or even to lead at all, when the leadership team and the organisation it leads are not able to be physically together in a shared, three-dimensional space?”Read full post
On 8 March, all pupils in England returned to in-person schooling after what is hopefully the final period of COVID-related blanket school closures. Wales and Scotland will also soon be opening up their schools. These are the first steps on the road to the easing of lockdown and a return towards full economic activity over the coming months. Find out more.Read full post
If there is one positive outcome from the pandemic, it’s the opportunity for all employers to review how they work and look at the benefits that they provide to their employees to ensure that they are delivering meaningful employee engagement. As a great engaged workforce is a key success factor for any business.Read full post
Employee benefit platforms do not have to be complex either in terms of the IT infrastructure nor from an overall cost perspective. Our experience when we talk to customers is that too many of the benefit providers that they come across charge high monthly (per employee) prices and offer complex IT solutions.Read full post
We are now in the second week of the national lockdown in England put in place to control the spread of the virus. During discussions with our customers we have been helping to give more clarity over the details of the extended the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (Furlough Scheme) which will now run to 31 March 2020.Read full post
Employers in the UK have the potential to play a pivotal role in helping to achieve a much wider and more sustainable integration of health and well-being, and disability inclusive practices at work to support their employees, who have long term health problems.Read full post
The challenge for most businesses at this time of economic uncertainty is about having and creating a work environment where the employee benefits being provided support the performance and wellbeing of all employees.Read full post