Are you an undergraduate or A–Level student? Are you looking to get some genuine work experience for your CV? Do you want to sample a little bit of everything this summer? During July-September 2019, we are looking to hire an […]
Due to continued organic growth, a vacancy has arisen for an Area Sales Representative to work south of our factory in Chesterfield. Ideally based in the Midlands or South Midlands region, you will be selling a wide range of industrial […]
Impressive effort from St Peter & St Paul School taking part in The Pronto Paints Wellbeing Challenge
Last Friday our Managing Director made a special visit to St Peter & St Paul School to personally congratulate them for their impressive efforts in the Pronto Paints Wellbeing Challenge.
Pronto Paints supports the Minutes Matter initiative to transform 3,000 Red Phone Boxes into defibrillator sites to save lives
Every year in Britain, 30,000 people are struck by a sudden cardiac arrest outside hospital environments. Unfortunately, without immediate treatment, 90-95% of sudden cardiac arrest victims will die. To provide emergency care as fast as possible and reduce the risk of a fatality, The British Coatings Federation (BCF), along with Pronto Paints, have partnered with Community Heartbeat Trust and BT in a nationwide scheme to install life-saving defibrillators in rural phone boxes.
As it’s Living Wage Week this week we look at why companies should be moving away from paying their staff the minimum wage.
It was announced yesterday that the real living wage is to rise from £8.75 to £9 an hour – a pay rise of 2.9%. Employers have until May 2019 to bring in the pay rise, however Pronto will be complying immediately.
Read our latest article to understand why Pronto prides itself on being a Real Living Wage employer.
On Monday, the 5th of October, new Real Living Wage rates are being announced, to be more inline with our modern ways of living. Since October 2014 Pronto Paints has been accredited as a Living Wage employer. The Real Living […]
A big misconception is that wellbeing policies are purely for large corporations. In reality SMEs are in a much better position to implement changes that can actually make a difference to their workforce. We have come up with some cost-effective solutions any size business can easily introduce.
Following on from the previous article “How incorporating group exercise into the workplace can improve employees physical and mental health” here are some ideas on how to encourage employees to incorporate exercise into the working day.
How incorporating group exercise into the workplace can improve employees’ physical and mental health
Group exercise is a simple yet effective solution to boost your employees’ wellbeing, and one of the best ways to get your team engaged and working together. Our latest wellbeing article highlights the key benefits of incorporating group exercise into the workplace.