As we move into an era where it will be increasingly common to find up to five different generations of people working alongside each other, we’ve compiled some tips to help employers successfully integrate new recruits into a multigenerational workforce.
Today (Tuesday 8 March) is International Women’s Day, a chance to not only celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women worldwide but also to support this year’s theme by pledging to play a part in reducing gender inequality.
The successful Women’s Leadership Programme has opened its application for the second programme of 2016 and will be taking place in June and September 2016 at Paddocks House Hotel, Newmarket
National Employee Motivation Day takes place this week (Thursday 25 February) with the aim of inspiring organisations to put staff motivation at the forefront of business thinking. The key message of the day is that increased employee motivation has a powerful impact on a businesses’ bottom line and the economy overall.
This programme will develop your talented, aspiring female leaders and equip them to evolve your culture and work with you to remove the workplace barriers to gender equality
If you’ve worked hard to attract and recruit talented employees, you will need to put in even more work to keep them. While employees will choose to move on for many different reasons, some of which you can’t control, we’ve compiled ten top tips on what can be done to help retain valuable members of staff.
Over 100 business leaders from across East Anglia took part in the Best Employers Eastern Region employee engagement seminar on Thursday 28 January, which also raised over £2,000 for two local charities.
Join us as we celebrate the launch of the region’s successful employee engagement survey, Best Employers Eastern Region.
A career development network for senior finance professionals. This future FD programmes is a career development forum for capable, ambitious finance managers seeking to develop and execute a strategy for excelling in their profession.
Our successful FD Club breakfast sessions continue into 2016 with the first session focusing on the future economy, funding and the changing face of recruitment.