Can employers do more to support staff with stress?
Kelly Osborne, Head of Health and Wellbeing at Wates Group, writes in Employee Benefits this week about what more employers can do to support staff with stress.
Wates achieves highest ever operating profit
22 MARCH 2022
The Wates Group has reported its highest ever operating profit of £40m. The business secured £2.3bn of new work during 2021 and ended the year with a record forward order book of £7.1bn, up 7% from its previous record in 2020.
From pitch to pilot what does it take to become an Innovation Partner?
The UK is home to more small businesses than any other country in Europe and this unique entrepreneurial spirit – celebrated on TV shows from Dragons’ Den to The Apprentice is key to accelerating our national drive to net zero.
Assisting Social Enterprises to Succeed (ASSETS) - Su Pickerill, Head of Social Value
The ASSETS programme has already led to new contracts with Wates and beyond. Mentors and mentees alike benefitted from the programme and it will be delivered again in 2022.
Making a decade of progress in two weeks
WATES IN THE NEWS
Wates Group Chief Executive, David Allen was among eight UK CEOs featured as part of PwC UK’s 25th Annual CEO Survey, published on 17 January 2022.
Net Zero and Me: Bekir Andrews
Bekir Andrews, Environmental Sustainability Director at Wates, speaks to Construction Manager about how he is responding to the challenge of Net Zero, both professionally and personally.
The Future for hybrid working; we need to let the dust settle
John Cartwright, Customer Portfolio Director at Wates Smartspace, shares his insight on the new concept and his predictions for the future for commercial fit-out.
Connecting innovators with large corporates is key to achieving COP26 goals
Dr. Zainab Dangana discusses how connecting innovators, such as those that are a part of the Wates Innovation Network portal, with large companies is key to achieving the COP26 goals.
Any government seeking to deliver on its promises is going to need a healthy family business sector to get anything done
25 November 2021
Sir James Wates has underlined the importance of family businesses to the UK’s long term economic success, as Family Business Week gets underway.
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