Mental Health Awareness Week takes place 18-24 May and it could not come at a more relevant and important time. The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are widespread – and business leaders and their staff are all feeling the pressure.
People are a major contributing factor to any company’s success, and employers are always looking at how to hire talented employees to give their business more of an edge.
Big enterprises are creating workspace cultures designed to appeal to an Instagram generation in a bid to attract a new generation of contingent workers that value personal recognition over salary and are increasingly choosing start-ups…
The office landscape is changing. Old cultural norms like business casual, 9-5 hours and overtly hierarchical structures are phasing out, making way for a more flexible and smarter environment.
It goes without saying that every single company wants to succeed on a commercial level.
More and more small business owners are making wellbeing a priority within their businesses. Whether that’s to retain their current team members, to make the workplace a more positive place or to help attract new talent to join the company.