Resources

    Avoid These Culture-Killing Mistakes When Cultivating a Positive Workplace Culture

    Creating a positive workplace culture isn’t just a buzzword; it’s a genuine game-changer. Our recent survey results highlighted that 50% of respondents believe that a positive work culture has the most significant impact on employee retention. That’s a powerful testament to its importance.

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    Is Your Workplace Truly Safe? Unpacking Psychological Safety in the Modern Era

    In the fast-paced world of work, amidst the whirlwind of remote work, increasing autonomy, and blurred boundaries, a buzzword has emerged that’s impossible to ignore: psychological safety.

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    The September Scramble: Retaining Staff during the return to school vibe…

    September isn’t just about looking out your cosy jumpers and planning your next escape to the sun. In the world of work, it feels like a second “New Year.” Employees return post-vacation, often re-evaluating their career paths. What are you, as an employer, doing to keep them?

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    Why Employers Should Take Whistleblowing Seriously: Building a Transparent Work Culture

    If you’re an employer, or maybe an HR exec, and you’re wondering, “Do I really need an anonymous whistleblowing policy?” The short answer? Absolutely! While it’s not a legal requirement in the UK, having a solid whistleblowing policy is a sign of a healthy work environment.

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    What is HR’s Role in Organisational Change?

    Organisational change can have a massive impact on a company and its people. However, figures suggest that nearly 70% of all organisational change initiatives fail in the UK. Why? Leaders often flounder in an alphabet soup of change methods, distracted by conflicting advice and financial targets.

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    Meet the Team: Andy Miller

    Up next in our ‘Meet the Team’ series, we have Andy Miller, Non-Executive Direct

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    Tips for Maintaining Culture Through Change

    A company’s culture is vital to its success, provided it is a healthy culture that fosters inclusiveness, productivity and empathy, among other things. 93% of CEOs say that it’s important that their organisation has a strong corporate purpose that’s reflected in its values, behaviours and culture.

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    Employee burnout is an organisational issue

    Our CEO Paul Reid discusses why it’s likely to be fundamental organisational issues, not a lack of individual resilience, that’s causing your employees to burn out. Burnout is on the rise – in fact, Glassdoor cited that it increased by 48% between Summer 2021 and 2022 alone.

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    Meet the Team: Paul Reid

    Next up in our ‘Meet the Team’ series is Paul Reid, Founder and CEO.

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    Guest blog: We must help more minority ethnic women get happily back to work

    Joy Lewis, CEO from one of our partners, AAI Employability shares her thoughts on how employers can help more minority ethnic women get happily back to work. Britain is in desperate need of talented staff – yet many from one of the most resourceful and capable groups of people in the country continue to be reluctant to re-enter the workplace after periods of unemployment.

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    How to Leverage Employee Voice

    Did you know that 74% of people feel more engaged at work when they feel their voice is heard? Employees know what they need best to succeed, so by simply listening to their people, leaders can provide proactive support. This could be, for example, influencing processes, enhancing resources or making small changes to improve efficiency.

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    Meet the Team: Mandy Kerley

    Next up in our ‘Meet the Team’ series is Mandy Kerley, Chief Operating Officer.

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