56% of professionals think that their employer does not do enough to support their health and wellbeing. During these times of working from home, hybrid working or back in the office - employees can struggle with their mental health and physical wellbeing. So We Love Work has put together useful tips for employers on how to check in with their staff to ensure they are keeping well.
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Managers should always be trying to better themselves and support their employees in any way that they can. So We Love Work has put together 4 key ways to be a better listener for you and your employee’s benefit.
There are believed to be no more than 12 black portfolio managers in the entire UK investment management industry, according to a 2018 study by New Financial (1). The lack of people of colour in the finance industry is still at a staggering low, especially at manager or higher positions, although 118 directors in the FTSE 100 are from an ethnic minority – defined as those who “identify as or have evident heritage from African, Asian, Middle Eastern, Central and South American regions” – up from 92 in 2020 (2). This may look like the numbers are on the rise, however it is still significantly lower than the number of white people in the same position.
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As lockdown is now easing throughout the UK, many workplaces will be reopening for staff to return to the office. We Love Work have put together 3 useful tips to support your employees in their return to the office.
The future of the workplace is forever changing due to the pandemic over the past year. With many offices beginning to open again, it looks like the new way of working could be a mix of in the office and at home - a hybrid way of working. Hybrid working practices are increasingly becoming the norm, with 34% of the workforce working at least one day a week from home. (1)
With lockdown beginning to ease, many offices are starting to open for employees again. But many are adopting a hybrid way of working. More than three quarter (77%) of UK employees say a mix of office-based and remote working is the best way forward post COVID-19, (1) but it’s important to avoid these common mistakes.
The modern workplace is now more at home than not due to Covid-19. So with this in mind, We Love Work have put together some useful tips on how to keep your company culture outside of the office.