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The Good Practice Power Hour is a chance to hear examples of good employment practice from different employers, each covering a different characteristic of the Good Employment Charter.


Health and Wellbeing - One+All

As spoken by Nicola Ryan, Director of Colleague Support alongside Donald Moore, Chair and CEO


Donald Moore discusses various steps employers can take, such as playing employees the real living wage and bringing the conversation of money forward. 'Employers should offer interest-free loans for unprepared events, whilst also providing training on money management.'


Nicola also explains how to initiate conversation about money, supporting colleagues one-to-one with cash plan schemes for health care, dentists, opticians etc.


As a result of implementing these practices, One+All has experienced increased confidence, wellbeing and productivity with their employees.


Learn more about One+All: click here


People Management - Wigan and Leigh College

As spoken by Louise Brown, Vice Principal alongside Jo Bohan, Head of HR


Louise won our 'Leader of the Year' award at the Good Employment Charter Awards 2023, so we're thrilled to have her talk about cultural leadership and what that means to employees within an organisation.


An emphasis on people will support employee voice, which leaders must instil in their managers - being authentic, honest and sharing a common vision.


Louise also encourages the use of focus groups, staff surveys and providing feedback and updates to the organisation; being a central pillar of people management.


Learn more about Wigan and Leigh College: click here




If you are interested in speaking at a Good Practice Power Hour sharing your organisation’s good practice, please contact