Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
There’s much debate about the pros and cons of a local vs. global benefits offering, with many organisations believing a global solution is best for their business. During this blog, we’ll explore why a local or UK-specific approach may better support your employees, especially when we focus on the younger generations joining the workforce.
Public sector bodies aren’t only responsible for the wellbeing of their people but also the community they serve. Whether in the health, school, or housing sector, UK public bodies are under immense financial pressure. Sodexo Engage is the only supplier that covers all three critical frameworks under the Crown Commercial Services – vouchers, prepaid cards, and benefits and services. Read on to discover a cost-effective means to stretching your employees’ wages further whilst providing essential support.
Dr Keith Grimes shares his personal experiences of reaching a point of occupational burnout. With a focus on the importance of nurturing a culture of openness, Dr Grimes breaks the stigma, encouraging others to seek support and sharing what helped him on his journey back to health.
Exploring the importance of creating a safe space for employees to talk about their mental health, this blog supports the Samaritans’ ‘Talk to Us’ campaign. Highlighting the key features of our Employee Assistance Programme, we define ways employers can support their employees’ mental health and wellbeing, boosting resilience, productivity and happiness.
Part two of our ‘Workplace Wellbeing Made Simple’ blog series goes into more detail on financial, physical, and mental wellbeing. We’ll reveal the different employee benefits you can use to support employee wellbeing and boost employee engagement, how to get your benefits offering off to the best start and ways to make them cost-effective.
Workplace wellbeing is essential for any business that wants to get the best from its people, make a genuine and positive impact, and secure its future. Search the term ‘employee wellbeing’, and you’ll be inundated with information. That’s why we’re simplifying workplace wellbeing across a two-part blog series, with this article focusing on the very first steps to take.
An unengaged employee may never have felt loyalty to a business, doing their job and nothing more. A disengaged employee was once engaged with and passionate about their role and employer. Read on to learn how to re-engage your disengaged employees to boost motivation, loyalty, and retention.
Attracting the right people to bring the best out of your workforce requires time and effort. You need someone great for the business and who will also manage with empathy, encouraging their teams to thrive. This article will give you seven effective tips for attracting the best managers, broken down into two sections. The first will focus on the initial talent attraction stage, and the second will focus on ensuring you’re offering the role to the right person.
From the best physical, mental, and financial wellbeing employee benefits to how to make them cost-neutral. We cover the ins and outs of employee benefits, why they matter to your people now more than ever, and what the workforce of tomorrow expects.
Discover how financial wellbeing benefits can boost engagement and productivity.
For your employee wellbeing initiative to be effective and impactful, you need to embed it into your culture. It takes buy-in from the top and cross-business collaboration. It's worth it, and we're giving you the seven steps to follow to make it happen.
To truly benefit your business, your physical wellbeing initiatives must be inclusive for all employees. Read on to discover how to boost employee health.
It’s International Men’s Health Week (MHW), and the week-long campaign aims to increase awareness of preventable male health problems, support men and boys to make healthier lifestyle choices and encourage males to be proactive and aid early detection of illness.
Whilst this article focuses on burnout and absenteeism across the board, we’ll start by recognising why the work of MHW is so essential.
It’s Bike Week 100, so we’re dedicating more blog space to addressing the importance of cycling. In the first of this week’s blogs, we explored why our Cycle to Work scheme is such an impactful employee benefit, stretching salaries, saving businesses money, and improving physical and mental health.
Today, we’re focusing on how Cycle to Work and Social Value come together to help you become a socially conscious employer and strengthen your organisation’s social value for our people, partners, places, and planet.
Bike Week 100 is here, and it’s all about workplace cycling. The campaign aims to encourage as many businesses as possible to help their employees adopt cycling as a mode of commuting to work. Read on to discover the benefits of partnering with Pluxee UK for Cycle to Work.