Employer branding for SMEs without breaking the bank

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Every business – large or small – has an employer brand whether they decide to own it or not. And if harnessed correctly, it can make a real difference to attracting the best talent, candidate experience and employee retention. Who can afford to not take that seriously?

What benefits could your small business introduce in 2024?

In 2024, redefine small business benefits for top talent. Prioritise flexibility, health, and growth. Learn from Grace’s success in offering impactful perks like flexible schedules, health plans, and increased leave. Consult with your team to tailor benefits that matter, enhancing your competitive edge in the job market.

How to adapt to an ageing workforce

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We live in an ageing society, and as people live longer, the proportion of older workers is increasing. 50 is the new 40, right? Employers have a job to do to make sure that they can attract, manage and develop employees as they age.

Best practice for hiring neurodivergent candidates

Up to one in five of your employees could be neurodivergent. In this article, we talk about what neurodiversity is, why it’s important to have an inclusive workplace and how you can make your organisation neurodiversity friendly.