We can only create value by ensuring our colleagues are engaged, healthy and working in a good quality environment with access to appropriate training and development.
Our culture is built on support, respect and tolerance. This helps us to attract and retain people, encourages lower levels of absenteeism, builds higher engagement levels, and ensures better organisational and financial performance.
When James joined Banner on an apprenticeship as a 17-year-old school leaver, he had minimal workplace experience. Three years on, James has developed a wide range of skills, gained qualifications and is now one of our full time sales support administrators.
We understand that wellbeing is a complex blend of the physical, psychological, social and relationship aspects of our employees’ working lives, so a series of initiatives are in place and available to our employees. These include:
We are pleased to hold OHSAS18001 accreditation, but we also recognise that managers and employees are vital to our health and safety. We believe strongly that everyone has a legal duty to co-operate in safety related matters and we make compliance with our safety procedures a condition of employment for everyone.
In 2020, Evo Group donated over £17,500 to various different charities. This included raising over £500 for the NHS, over £200 for Breast Cancer Awareness and over £700 for the COVID staff fund at Pinderfields hospital.
Making the switch from studying for her A Levels to starting an Apprenticeship was a big decision for our Digital Marketing Apprentices, Victoria Whiteley. Find out why she thinks it was the right decision.
We’re investing in our people by recruiting the best and training them to be even better. Some of the ways we do this include: