Our new Good Employer Guide Award is looking at five key areas in which companies are working to keep their staff happy and feeling valued, encouraging innovation, and finding new ways to attract fresh talent
We have taken a fresh approach in this year’s Good Employer Guide, deliberately focusing on specific workplace initiatives designed to improve staff’s daily lives and, by extension, business performance
These 10 companies have been chosen by our judges as the best entrants from each of the five Good Employer Guide award categories. They have been nominated to be the overall winner of the Good Employer Guide award
As Brexit uncertainty looks set to constrain employers’ ability to recruit and the skills gap widens, Debika Ray looks at what benefits the best employers are providing this year to keep their offices happy – and full
Companies are engaging in outreach initiatives to make construction a more appealing career choice for young people. Debika Ray reports on how firms are working to recruit a diverse range of talented students, apprentices and people changing careers
Women and people from ethnic minorities make up just 10% of the UK building industry’s total employees, and new recruits are few and far between. So what are firms doing to widen construction’s gene pool?
Mental health issues can be difficult to detect in the workplace - which means they can also be easy to ignore. But as this year’s guide shows, the best employers are those that are ready and able to heed the warning signs