The culture of your workplace has a significant impact on your ability to attract and retain talented people, a key element to achieving business growth. It affects your employer brand and influences people’s perception of coming to work for you. It’s also crucial for staff retention, as employees will look to escape a toxic culture.
Whether it’s the first time, or the 100th employee survey that you have put in place, sometimes the hardest team to convince is the senior management team. The Best Employer Eastern Region Survey has been designed to put you in control – you can decide to use the standard questionnaire or choose to customise the survey to suit your business.
If you have not yet started your Best Employers Eastern Region 2016 survey or if you are about to roll it out to your teams, we have some innovative suggestions designed to engage and motivate your teams.
Pure continues the successful Finance Leadership Programme, in collaboration with Grant Thornton, with the second workshop focusing on “People and Leadership” at the Grant Thornton offices in Chelmsford on Wednesday 11 May 2016 and Ipswich on Thursday 26 May 2016.
Seven business women have graduated from the highly successful Women’s Leadership Programme, run by Pure Resourcing Solutions (Pure) and People & Performance Ltd to help support professional women across Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire to develop their leadership style and progress to more senior roles.
Time is running out to nominate a talented woman working at a local, deserving organisation for a special sponsored place on our highly successful Women’s Leadership Programme.
We are hearing first-hand from the organisations and guest speakers involved in our Women in Leadership programme about the powerful support which mentoring can provide when developing aspiring female leaders.
The Best Employers Eastern Region survey is now open for employers in the area to gain essential insight into employee opinion and to be in with a chance of being crowned one of the region’s best employers.
Pure Resourcing Solutions (Pure) are offering the chance for one aspiring female leader, working at a deserving organisation in the East of England, to receive a part-funded place on its highly successful Women’s Leadership Programme
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.