It goes without saying, attracting and retaining top talent directly impacts on the bottom line. What separates a ‘good’ organisation from a ‘great’ organisation is how well they do this.
At Investa, we know that happy people impact our bottom line. It’s a no-brainer.
So how do we help our people to be happy?
Simple - we give them the opportunity to do things that are important to them.
Whether it’s starting work later so they can enjoy an early morning surf; or supporting our millennials keen to explore the world by taking a gap year. Or a working parent who’d like to purchase some additional annual leave to help manage childcare responsibilities over the school holidays.
To that end, we have recently refreshed our Flexible Working policy to explicitly include 21 different flexible working options – the reality though is that there is no limit. We have committed to (both current and prospective) employees that if they tell us what’s important to them, we’ll do our best to make it work for us.
We’ve even included health and wellbeing leave!
“Each of us has different wants and needs and our work-life integration also looks very different,”
said Amy Wild, Group Executive, People and Culture.
It’s so important that both employees and managers know how to work in a truly flexible environment, so everyone has been trained in how to work flexibly, successfully.
The policy is the second market leading initiative to be introduced by Investa’s People and Culture team in recent months.
Investa’s progressive new parental leave policy also incorporates a range of new benefits for Investa employees who plan to start - or add to - their families.
Learn more about Investa careers here