Eko Consulting Ltd will share our latest thinking in our monthly blog. We will cover matters of topical and practical interest to those interested in developing themselves and their organisations.
As a business, you’re sure to want to be able to attract and retain the very best talent in your particular field, as well as grow and expand as time goes on. But it can be very hard to know how best to go about this - which is why it could prove useful to get in touch with a Brighton business consultant for some professional advice and a fresh perspective on matters.
But it could also be a wise move to have a look at some of the top performing companies in the UK and elsewhere to see how they go about it as well… and the good news is that professional networking site LinkedIn has just published its rundown of the best companies to work for in the UK at the moment, which could prove interesting reading indeed.
Asos came top of the list, perhaps because it strives to encourage loyalty among its workforce. It has a long service award scheme, which rewards people depending on how long they’ve been with the firm in the form of extra time off, products being named after them or financial incentives.
Another firm to have a look at is accountancy company EY, which prides itself on offering and actively encouraging flexible working, with staff member able to work in the office, at home, in client spaces or on the move.
Also have a look at this study by Glassdoor, which features some of the best places to work for this year. It includes Royal London (praised for its flexible working and development opportunities) and Gartner, which continuously invests in its workers through training, career opportunities and improvement feedback.