A good business recognises the value of its people. COVID-19 has highlighted that putting your people first isn’t just a ‘nice thing to do’ but it is core to the future success of your business. In this second part of our "WE'RE IN THIS TOGETHER" series, Natalie Tickle, Head of Membership at the London charity, Heart of the City (HOTC), shares some of the key lessons they've learnt during this time.
We are delighted to launch our FREE FINANCE HELPDESK with Indielab - available to all Indielab indies past and present
With our new working from home arrangements now in place and social distancing suddenly imposed across many areas of our lives let’s spare a moment to think about how we deal with this strange new world and keep ourselves healthy.
At Ecovis we love sharing our enthusiasm for everything data so we were thrilled to once again take part in Westminster STEAM Week.
In celebration of National Apprenticeship Week, our Ecovis Partner, Stuart Hinds, has volunteered to share his own inspirational story - starting out his career as an Apprentice.
Throughout this week, our team of Mental Health First Aid Champions have shared their knowledge with our employees on mental health issues. As a final piece in their series, they offer some helpful "How to" advice on looking after our mental heath
Thursday 10 October 2019 marks World Mental Health Day (WMHD). This day gives us an opportunity to raise awareness of mental health issues and advocate against social stigma.
Focusing on the evolving aspirations and motivations of the modern professional workforce, Ben Smith, Partner at ECOVIS Wingrave Yeats looks at the changing trends in the workplace, outlines some of our successful programmes and defines what it means for businesses as we look to recruit and develop the best young talent in an increasingly competitive and dynamic market…
Michael Cloke, FMS Manager at EWY, shares his experience of riding the Maratona dles Dolomites with our ECOVIS International friends.
ELF 2017/18 Annual Report is now published on the Charity Commission website.
Samantha Everett, video journalist for the BBC, provides an insight into the House of St Barnabas, our Ecovis London Foundation's charity partner.