there’s a question that all good, employee-minded organisations should be asking – could you be making your employees ill?
Thankfully, employee wellbeing is climbing the boardroom agenda and there have been some innovative examples of employers really investing in the emotional and mental needs of their people.
We are taking part in the ‘On Your Feet Britain Challenge’ which is being held on Friday 26th of April here at Claremont. The focus of the nation-wide campaign is to encourage employees to team up to see how much sitting time can be reduced throughout the day.
Claremont’s Head of Future Workplace Sarah-Jane Osborne looks at why wellbeing at work is increasingly becoming an imperative for leading businesses.
The subject of women’s rights in the workplace has barely been out of the headlines recently as their experiences of discrimination and sexual abuse have been discussed more openly and honestly than ever before.
New research from the London School of Economics has revealed that employees who can speak openly about their depression with their managers are more productive than those whose bosses avoid the issue.
Global productivity is slowing despite employees’ countless efforts to find new and innovative ways to unlock extra output from their people.