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Professional Services Flexible working is one major benefit for many


potential employees. This can include working hours to sync around family commitments, including additional holiday/sabbatical options, extra maternity or paternity leave and even opportunities to work from home. Travel and the costs associated with it is also a big


consideration – companies that offer support with travel costs or a company car are often favoured. Finally wellness and corporate social responsibility


are becoming more important, especially with the rise in workplace stress and the growing awareness of mental health. A candidate will consider a lower salary if they are offered a nurturing and positive environment in which to work in. Big businesses recognise this and companies such as Skyscanner negotiated discounts at local leisure and beauty businesses for its employees, The Body Shop allows employees to have five days a year to volunteer for a charity of their choice and


Airbnb offers all employees $2,000 to travel. Enrichment matters, as do opportunities to grow and


develop in a job, to have a better work-life balance and to feel supported in times of stress. These are the things that will tip the scales if a great candidate has a number of job offers. We are realistic and we know that not all companies


can afford expensive perks for all of their employees. But can you afford for employs to have their Birthdays off? Could you start an Employee of the Month programme, or implement quarterly competitions to win a weekend away, a gym membership or a spa session? Can you offer flexi time? Recruitment is expensive. It costs time, money and a


loss of productivity, so getting it right is crucial to getting the right people on board. Just remember – you may be missing out on the best candidates while your competitors are reaping the benefits.


• We have identified 7 important levers that can help to increase productivity in the workplace...


• Our tool is a FREE, quick and simple means of helping you think through ways to improve productivity.


• It produces a tailored report based on your answers.


• There is the option to link up with further acas resources and services.


For more info visit: www.acas.org.uk/productivity


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