Topic : Reducing Staff Turnover

What Makes a Great Working Environment?

How long do you spend in your office or place of work? The standard 32 hours a week? Maybe 40? Or is it even longer than that? Regardless, the average worker (including the writer of this here blog) will spend on average 84,365 hours working in their lifetime – and that’s not even taking account any overtime or travelling.

Posted in Engaging Employees, Employee Wellbeing, Engagement at Work, Engagement Solutions, Retaining Employees, Behaviour change, Positive workplace environment, Change behaviour, Health and Wellbing Programmes, company culture, Reducing Staff Turnover, Social Wellbeing, Social Wellbeing Strategy

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Key Considerations For A Global Approach To Social Wellbeing

Before we dive head first into the subject of social wellbeing, take moment and think about the amount of time you spend working or in your place at work. On average, people in the UK spend around 34 ...

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Wellbeing for an Ageing Workforce: How to Identify Needs and Measure Effectiveness

With the UK’s workforce ageing, organisations should be looking closely at the effectiveness of their own wellbeing programmes - and with good reason! People over 50 years old currently make up ...

Posted in Health and Wellbeing at Work, Employee Wellbeing, Employee Health and Wellbeing, Employee Health and Wellbeing Programmes, Improving quality of life, Retaining Employees, Health and Wellbing Programmes, Retain Talent, Workplace Incentives, Older Workers, Reducing Staff Turnover, Healthy Living, Healthy Lifestyle

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Are Your Staff Just Surviving On the Living Wage?

For people in lower paying jobs, avoiding employment poverty can be a constant struggle. Wages may now be just starting to rise after ongoing stagnation, but when you consider that the cost of living ...

Posted in Employee Benefits and Wellbeing, Employee Retention, Commuting, Financial Wellbeing, Workplace Engagement, Salary Sacrifice, Engagement Tools, Employee Wellbeing, Improving quality of life, Talent Engagement, Retaining Employees, Employee Discount Schemes, People Management, Cycle to work schemes, Attract Talent, Retain Talent, Salary Sacrifice Scheme, Reducing Staff Turnover

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How To Attract and Retain Young Talent Using Financial Wellbeing Benefits

Let’s be honest: young people joining the world of work are getting a bit of a raw deal right now. Research undertaken by the TUC has shown that compared to their older counterparts, people aged ...

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The Real Reasons Why Your Staff Leave Their Jobs

The days of a job for life are, for much of the workforce anyway, a dim and distant memory. With people’s attitudes towards work changing immeasurably in the past 20 or so years, staying in the same ...

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