"In this piece, I’ll explain everything you need to know about mental health sick days, highlight the warning signs you should look out for and provide tips on how to have those difficult conversations with staff and encourage an open dialogue around mental health in your business." - Vicky Barton, Director of HR and Organisation Development, Growth Company
Seminar will shine light on use of agile working to increase inclusivity and diversity
The Growth Company will today (Monday, May 18) host the first in a new series of Business Recovery webinars providing practical advice on navigating the challenges presented by Covid-19.
New Digital Engineering platform to upskill Britain’s engineering and manufacturing workers with unique content from UK’s most creative and innovative firms
Made Smarter and engineering skills organisation Enginuity have worked together to launch a unique platform today which delivers digital engineering skills in one place to Britain’s engineers and manufacturers at a time when they are needed more than ever.
85% of CEOs say that diversity within their workforce improves their bottom line. If you’d like to find out how changing the way you recruit and work can benefit your organisation, join us on Thursday May 21 at 11am for the InWorkGM Disability Confident webinar.
Made Smarter manufacturers using 3D printing to make PPE and ventilator parts for NHS and care homes
SME manufacturers supported by Made Smarter are using emerging technologies to navigate the impact on business from the coronavirus pandemic.
Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham today led calls for businesses to urgently apply for a share of the £629m coronavirus grant funding available from Local Authorities in the region.
Almost 75% of SME manufacturers supported by Made Smarter with digitalisation are putting data and systems integration at the heart of their productivity and growth plans.
GM LEP approves £3m funding to bolster financial support available to Greater Manchester businesses battling impact of coronavirus
The Greater Manchester LEP, working with the Growth Company, has unlocked an initial £3m package of urgently needed financial support for Greater Manchester businesses battling the impact of coronavirus.