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Employers Toolkit For Building A Positive Work Culture

Attract and retain the talent you need for your business to thrive. The Employers Toolkit for Building a Positive Work Culture is a series of interactive learning forums designed to ignite thinking, discussion and connections.


Creating a positive work culture is one of the key ways you can stand out from the rest when it comes to staff recruitment and retention. Workplaces with a positive work culture have proven to enjoy higher profits, increased productivity and more satisfied customers.


Delivered over ten 2-hour bites to help busy business owners, leaders and those responsible for HR activities of the business;

  1. Recruitment Strategy

  2. Retention Strategy

  3. Positive Work Culture

  4. Employer Branding

  5. Employee Value Proposition

  6. Onboarding Programme

  7. Flexible Work Arrangements

  8. Coaching and Development

  9. Engagement Surveys

  10. Learning and Development Best Practice 


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This series will provide you with practical knowledge, tips and strategies to help you develop a positive work culture. At the end of this series you will be able to:

  • Develop practical strategies for attracting and retaining staff

  • Understand the importance of having a compelling employee value proposition

  • Apply best practice leadership behaviours to manage and develop staff

  • Use job design and automation to increase critical skills without increasing headcount

  • Replace traditional performance reviews with customised coaching and development

  • Design and use ‘agile’ engagement surveys that work to achieve organisational goals

  • Detail what employees are looking for and expect employers to provide

  • Understand that flexible work arrangements are more than working from home

  • Apply best practice Learning and Development principles to meet employee and business needs

Facilitated by

Michael is an HR and Employment Relations Advisor with The Canterbury Employers’ Chamber of Commerce.

Michael's 40-year career has exposed him to working across the whole employee lifecycle including recruitment, employee relations, performance management and succession planning and has a particular interest in cultivating talent.

Michael loves partnering and supporting Canterbury businesses to thrive in these challenging times.

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