We are finding that our strategy of concentrating on wellbeing is gaining traction. Corporate wellbeing, individual wellbeing and cyber wellbeing; as our courses mature and in the case of pre-existing courses are progressively improved through modernisation and additional content, we feel this will increasingly resonate across all market sectors.
Having a well-trained team makes sense in any organisation. If your employees receive quality training, they’ll not only have the knowledge to carry out their role, but they will feel more confident too. However, training and development shouldn’t be limited to role-specific learning, nor should it all be centred around new starters.
Providing your employees with accessible e-learning courses is an investment in your organisation and culture. Arm your teams with the knowledge and confidence to protect themselves, their colleagues and your business or organisation.
No matter its size, location or industry, every organisation is at risk of fraud. Cash, goods and data are all considered valuable to fraudsters – nothing is off-limits.
There is a shortage of affordable housing across the UK, and the problem is only increasing. Social housing goes some way to reducing this problem by providing a lifeline to families and individuals who cannot afford to rent or buy on the open market.
Mental wellbeing was already a topic steadily climbing up organisation’s agendas long before the crazy circumstances of the last 2 years. However, a global pandemic, multiple national lockdowns, furlough schemes and the shift to remote working, has only accelerated the importance of addressing mental wellbeing within organisations.
The environments and routines within which we function, operate, work, and enjoy downtime become our safe haven of familiarity. We build up a comfort and an ease with our surroundings and schedules and shape them to bring the best out of us as individuals (and those around us). But what happens when all that suddenly changes?
Fraud within local government is an area of growing concern, particularly with what has happened across the UK with Covid-19. In this article Meritec takes a look at which key areas of fraud are on the rise, and what local authorities can do to best prepare themselves and protect its citizens to ensure that monies go to those who need them most.