We’re currently living through a unique period of time.
The great resignation, where employees are quitting their jobs en masse, meets the cost of living crisis, which has seen many households have a drop in disposable income caused by rising inflation.
This will lead to a with higher pay and better benefits this year. The impact of this will be felt by businesses as we’re set for another difficult year for recruitment and employee retention.
Alongside these challenges, the UK is working towards a future of net zero carbon emissions by 2050. This is a bold goal that requires significant changes to the way we live and work.
To navigate this complex and uncertain landscape, individuals, organisations, and governments are taking decisive action to find ways to adapt and thrive in the face of these changes.
But the barrier to sustainability, for both businesses and individuals, is often high. The sustainable choice can be the more expensive and difficult choice for individuals and businesses. It takes time and effort to break habits. So, in the Sustainable Workforce Report, we’re diving into how organisations can link their sustainability strategies with improving recruitment and retention of top talent, to succeed in both of these crucial areas, with a focus on employee benefits.
This report will help you:
- Understand what your teams want as part of their employee benefits package
- Guide you in evaluating your current benefits
- Give you easy to implement guidance you can use right away