19 July 2024, 07:49
By Furniture News Apr 29, 2024

May's issue: Weighing up welfare

It’s often said that a business’ greatest asset is its people – and in May’s issue, we’re looking at different approaches to staff welfare.

Among these, Neptune’s Daisy Walker describes how the business has embraced a national campaign which encourages the creation of a more inclusive workplace, while BJS’ Tony Pearson explains how his business supported his recovery in the aftermath of a tragic accident.

You’ll also find features previews of Long Point and the Spring Furniture & Bed Show, plus the latest bed industry innovations, new developments at Michael Tyler Furniture, FIRA’s industry state of play, and opinion pieces covering everything from greenwashing to product design.

On top of all that, the Furniture News team has been clocking up the airmiles, and you can discover our thoughts on MIFF and HawaExpo in May’s issue.

Read it here.


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