3 Risks of Remote Working and How to Avoid Them
August 29 2018Read more
More and more employers are looking into ways to keep their employees healthy and happy. Happier staff members work harder, go further and stick around for longer—so it’s important your business provides effective support.
Work/life balance is an essential part of this. Staff need to be able to decompress at the end of a working day. But this can be difficult when including the needs of a family.
Most employers are now introducing family-friendly policies to make themselves as inviting as possible to the best workers. Think about how you want prospective employees to see you.
If you come across as a helpful, considerate workplace regarding family-friendly policies and work/life balance, you’ll attract better workers and retain the ones you already have.
It allows a working parent to enjoy as positive a work/life balance as possible. Things like flexibility, allowing later start times and added leave to deal with school emergencies—these are invaluable to a working parent.
These are some examples of family-friendly work policies:
The trick is to remember that working parents sometimes face a lot of difficulties and any help in making their life easier will be appreciated.
Other ways to show you care include:
It’s important to remember employees have their own lives, experiences and difficulties to deal with.
If you want to know more about how to help—on any wellbeing subject, not just families and work/life balance—contact Health Assured today on 0844 892 2493
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