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The importance of employee well-being has been greatly understated in the past. That being said, companies are now starting to recognise the importance and the benefits of investing in employee wellbeing. It used to be a case where employee well-being programmes were confined to bigger organisations with a big budget and the luxury of a big HR department.

The fact is that companies are not just investing in employee well-being to be nice, there are tangible benefits of having access to well-being professionals and should be a consideration for all companies. This post is going to dive into some of the benefits of investing in an employee well-being scheme.

Employee well-being has become an even bigger issue during the pandemic. Here’s all you need to know about keeping your staffs health and wellbeing at the forefront of all you do.

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Social media is a monster. A hungry monster that is continuously being fed with everything from the funniest content on the web to searing vitriol and bear-faced lies. It’s at the stage where we can’t live with it and we can’t live without it – certainly in business,.

This means that, whether you like it or not, an active presence on social media is a must if you have any sort of a customer-facing business. The trouble is, it’s human nature to only shout about things when you’re unhappy with them – and that means you could be fielding a lot of complaints on social media. Here’s how to deal with them.

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If you’re on the wind-down for Christmas, there’s a good chance your employees are too – in fact, a study has found they may have switched off around a week ago, which makes you wonder when exactly is the right time to start the seasonal shut down?

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December 5th sees the return of Small Business Saturday, the one day of the year where customers are encouraged to rebel against the retail chains, overlook the massive online shops, and buy from local stores instead.

This year marks the eighth anniversary of the event, and all small businesses are being encouraged to get involved, from family butchers to online sellers.

And this year’s event takes on even more significance as it’s set against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic and comes just as the UK comes out of nationwide lockdown. Small business owners arguably need your custom now, more than ever.

The theme this year is to “Find your local hero” – if this sounds like something that could give your business a boost, here’s how to get involved…

Guides & How-Tos Inspiration Small business