Here are MuddyWellies’ 5 steps to inspire and challenge your business to
take action when it comes to recruitment. Are you ready to use your story
to build a stand-out brand?
Is your business combatting the choices that candidates face when it comes
to salary, better work-life balance, and flexible working? Turn your talent
attraction journey into these 3 steps, start creating intrigue and get
When it comes to your business, culture isn’t something you can buy off the
shelf, plug-in to your people and press go. It’s much bigger than that.
Here’s our guide to clarifying your culture.
Oxytocin is also known as the cuddle hormone. But we’re looking into how we
use it at work, the important of trusting your people, and the benefits of
giving them freedom and flexibility.
We’re excited to introduce two new wellies to our team. Here’s what they’ll
be getting up to…
In recent times, the uber-attractive Unlimited Holiday Policy has been dominating the dialogue around employee attraction and retention. In a nutshell, the policy is pretty self-explanatory. It works as follows; a company allows their employees to take unlimited holidays as and when they want, rather than a set amount. Right now, the minimum holiday for a […]
The ONS announced last week that there were 953,000 job vacancies in the UK across a range of sectors, including hospitality and construction. This came as no surprise to us; we have been hearing this for many months now across a wide range of sectors that we work in, and it doesn’t look like it’s […]
As Valentine’s Day approaches, we’re thinking about the three little words
that your team really needs to hear.
Working from home in 2020 never came with a rulebook. And while there’s no
one way to deal with the mounting pressure of the year we’ve all had, we’ve
got some ideas.
Tinder, Bumble, Hinge, Match, OKCupid, it seems to me like there are dating apps popping up every day. There’s an absolutely mental 57 million people worldwide using Tinder alone. With these platforms, your profile is the way to a suitor’s heart – and with only a few seconds between them stumbling across your best pic […]
As you can see from the picture, tragically and suddenly in the recent Storm Alex, my gargantuan home-grown sunflowers did not survive. Though my grief is still quite raw, I must admit that they’ve served me well over the last 6 months. Well, in comparison to most of my gardening faux pas. In fact, I’m […]
So, why and where did the name come from?