BEN is urging employers in the automotive sector to focus more resource to ensure the wellbeing of staff after finding that poor mental health could cost £1.2 billion-a-year.
Automotive businesses that fail to embrace an authentic diversity and inclusion (D&I) strategy could miss out on the skills and talent needed to succeed in a fast-evolving market.
Arnold Clark did not skirt around the idea of fund-raising when employees were asked to raise funds for a number of good causes through a series of Kiltwalk charity events.
Grenson Motor Company will no longer open its showrooms on a Sunday, in a bid to improve the work/life balance of its employees.
With less than a month until the gender pay gap (GPG) reporting deadline, less than 15% of eligible organisations have published their results, with some experts predicting that a sizeable proportion will fail to make the early-April cut-off.
Automotive sector employees' concerns about low income and debt are being addressed by the launch of two free online financial tools by the industry charity Ben.
Lookers is the only car retailer in the UK to be listed as one of the best employers to work for by the Chartered Management Institute and jobs site Glassdoor.
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Lookers has become one of the first motor retailers to actively promote equality in its workforce by becoming a Stonewall Diversity Champion.
Hendy Group has continued its long-standing scheme to recognise the contribution of its most loyal staff by welcoming two new members to its ‘25 Year Club’.
The Ben charity will take the pulse of those employed in the automotive industry via a survey which seeks valuable insights to help shape its future services.
Emotional intelligence profiling could help employers manage workplace stress, writes Tim Routledge, chief experience officer, Experience Insight
Mental health problems linked to work pressure cost UK employers £30 billion a year
Ben has seen a 51% increase in the number of automotive industry professionals seeking its assistance in the third quarter of 2016.
The manufacture of cars and commercial vehicles has increased enormously worldwide – more than 25% in the last decade alone.
First-class staff collaboration and participation at JCB Group has been recognised with an Engagement Leader of the Year award for HR manager Anna-Lisa De Voil.
Chorley Group is challenging the industry-wide norm by rolling-out a four-day working week.
Dealership bosses need to work harder to diversify their workforce and make their business female friendly, says IMI CEO Steve Nash.
CarShop is committing £60,000 to improve the health, wellbeing and morale of its workforce as part of its reinvigorated 'people strategy'.
Automotive industry employees are “confident in the prospects of their employer” but retailers offer lowest wages and fewer holidays, according to recruiters Copeland Select.
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When: November 12 2020
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