By now you’ve all likely seen the coverage and reports around The Great Resignation, with reports highlighting that up to 40% of employees are considering leaving their current job in the next year.
We know that the last two years has been a steep learning curve for both employees and management, changing how we work, collaborate and communicate. According to Harvard Business Review the combination of new return-to-office mandates, previous departure plans that were delayed by the pandemic, and many new
As the reality of the climate emergency becomes clearer every year, thinking about and acting on sustainability is no longer a nice-to-do but a must-do for all businesses, from the smallest start up to the largest multinational.
While everyone wants to play their part, the reality is that sustainability is complex. It’s common for businesses to get side-tracked by the easy wins like charity work and green initiatives in the workplace. It’s also easy to get overwhelmed with endless terminology, like CSR,
The Crann Centre has launched a €500,000 fundraising campaign to build an inclusive playground and leisure area for families with disabilities, set to be the first of its kind in Ireland.
Designed by families for families, the urgent need for this fully accessible amenity is supported by University College Cork research, run in partnership with Crann, a charity that provides supports for those living with neuro-physical disabilities. Of the 200 service users of Crann and their families who took part in