This report draws on a survey by YouGov of over 2,000 employees. It looks at why employers might want to help their employees by offering a workplace savings scheme, and how this could work.
Download the 2022 Guide for employers here.
The application window for the seventh student intake of this programme opens on 1 March 2022 and closes on 31 July 2022. Students will commence their studies in October 2022.
This report discusses how a greater variety of business ownership models can better meet society’s needs, how ownership determines who gets the value created by the business, how culture is shaped, purpose is delivered, and the business environment that is needed to support the growth in different types of firm.
Authored by Bob Pannell and Dick Jenkins, commissioned by the BSA, this report aims to share practice and ideas that are already helping more young people get onto the housing ladder on a sustainable basis.
As part of our continuing strategic theme on promoting excellence in governance, the BSA has published a series of articles, Perspectives on governance in building societies, intended to inform and stimulate debate in the sector.
The BSA commissioned a specialist governance consultancy, Independent Audit Ltd (IAL), to conduct a survey of building society chairmen to provide insight to the corporate culture and the role of boards in building societies. Read the report here.
Research commissioned by the BSA has found that the degree of diversity had declined prior to the financial crisis of 2007-08. However, it also found that far from improving since 2010, the degree of diversity had actually deteriorated slightly.
'Building Society - Mutuals' role in local economic & community development' issued by the BSA, takes a look at the economic impact building societies and mutuals have in their local communities.
This report reveals a strong case for converting failed banks into mutual organisations. In light of the report, the BSA urges the Government to consider seriously returning Northern Rock bank to the mutual sector.
This research, undertaken by the University of Huddersfield, is concerned with understanding how building societies non-executive directors are coping with the greater demands on them in light of the financial crisis.
A research report by The Oxford Centre for Mutual and Employee-Owned Business, Kellog College, Oxford, calling for the Government to promote mutuals in order to aid economic stability in the financial system