Demystifying Apprenticeships Webinar
How Apprenticeships are going to futureproof your business
Apprenticeships are becoming an ever-popular route for people who don’t want to go through the traditional form of higher education that is university, as well as for people who are looking to learn new skills or train in a new field.
Keeping Employees Mentally Healthy During Lockdown
For a lot of people, the switch to working from home during a pandemic has led to increased levels of stress, anxiety and depression. Here's how to keep employees mentally healthy during lockdown.
How business has changed forever – the Digital Era is here
For many businesses the pandemic has not only meant an increased reliance on digital technologies but has accelerated plans to revolutionise the way in which they work. Read about it here.
Burnout, Boreout and how to fight back
Google searches about 'Burnout' have been rising steadily in the UK year on year, and the pandemic has only added fuel to the fire. Here we look at the 3 types of Burnout and how to fight back!
Top tips for creating a parent and carer friendly workplace
Get our top tips for creating a parent and carer friendly workplace here! A must-read for all SME business owners and leaders looking to increase employee wellbeing at work.
GM Skills Map launches to help futureproof Manchester workforce
Learn about GM Skills Map, a new initiative from the Skills for Growth - SME Support programme, aiming to help bridge the gap between Greater Manchester learners and training providers and encourage futureproof workforce development in our city.
Grant Funding and Support for SMEs in the Retail, Hospitality and Leisure Sectors
This article explores grants and funding options available to SMEs in retail, leisure and hospitality and how Skills for Growth – SME Support can help you gain access to the support you need.
Apprenticeships helping to plug Greater Manchester skills gaps
Apprenticeships are helping plug Greater Manchester skills gaps by providing a practical solution for employers and employees alike. Speak to our Apprenticeship Specialist Suzanne McNicholas for more information.
The benefits of training and development during furlough
Reduced staff means reduced productivity, which may result in a lack of skills in critical business areas with inadequate funds to support recruitment to fill the gaps. This is where skills training is critical to the current strategy of SMEs, because it allows employers to redeploy employees at risk of redundancy, with mutual benefit to both the business and the individual.