WorkInConfidence is Proud to Announce a Partnership with Ethical Reading, Reinforcing our Joint Objectives: To inspire Ethical Practice in the Workplace.
After observing Ethical Reading’s impact at a number of their public events, we realised that their mission was in perfect alignment with our work here at WorkInConfidence: to make better workplaces for all.
Neil Thompson, WorkInConfidence COO, spoke at a partner event about Creating A Speaking-Up Environment; exploring how WorkInConfidence can proactively help shape the future of Reading’s businesses through their alliances with Ethical Reading:
“Having seen the work that Ethical Reading was doing, and after attending some of their events, we wanted to get involved in a more proactive way; to help support them in their work. By becoming a partner, we can have input in helping shape their direction going forward and make the working environment better for all; not just in Reading, but everywhere.” Neil Thompson, COO, WorkInConfidence.
Ethical Reading is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to transforming Reading into a better place to live and work. They aim to implement ethical practice within the workplace, affecting organisational and management-level decisions, employee interaction, and how people relate to each other on a day-to-day basis. They plan to expand beyond Reading with an Ethical Cities movement.
Who Is WorkInConfidence?
WorkInConfidence supplies online employee engagement solutions by improving staff interaction at all levels; for organisations of all sizes; and for mutual benefit. A small change in employee engagement can result in an improved culture and happier staff, with a positive impact on performance – financial or otherwise.
“The partnership with WorkInConfidence helps to reinforce our values and put Ethical Reading on the map. We aim to make robust, profitable businesses respectful and collaborative and we felt that WorkInConfidence has the infrastructure to help forward that goal, both at home and on a national level.” Gurprit Singh, Ethical Reading