From Spain to Sri Lanka: Inclusive flexible working to retain your staff

Topics: Employer Branding

Here at Bright we're lucky enough to work alongside a whole host of talented, intelligent people and we know it's vitally important that we don't take that for granted.

We've found that taking an open minded approach to flexible working as well as viewing it positively has made a huge impact on the way our employees feel about working with us.  By putting effort into understanding and adapting to different employees needs we make sure that talented people (for whom the 9-5 day to day office routine isn't their ideal working pattern) aren't excluded.

"Bright nails it with the work life balance, and each day I am inspired by the knowledge and expertise of our amazing team."

Emily Lamb - Account Manager - Bright

We were recently asked to speak at a Wired Sussex's Talent Fest 2019 to share our experience of supporting remote working, the challenges we overcame and how a single CCTV camera brought two continents together.

 

In addition we signed up to the Wired Sussex Skills and Talent Manifesto to show our commitment to help make Greater Brighton the best place in the UK for anyone to have a fulfilling career in the digital sector.

"We love Brighton and the amazing and supportive digital community we are part of. It's essential that as a community we adapt to the changing recruitment landscape to attract and retain the outstanding talent out there. In addition, really listening to our valued employees will help us affect change within our organisations. We are committed to the Skills and Talent Manifesto by continuing to support diverse career paths and personal development, promote wellbeing and to nurture our employees."

Vic Heyward - Employer Brand Manager - Bright

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