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It's not me, it's you: re-thinking the exit interview process to transform the employee experience
April 15 2018 - The exit interview has been seen as an exercise in qualitative feedback, with responses delivering very little actionable data back to the business.

The value of video in employee onboarding
March 6 2018 - The faster new hires feel welcomed and prepared for their jobs, the faster they will be able to successfully contribute to the business.

The new rules of meeting room etiquette
February 2 2018 - While much common sense meeting room etiquette remains relevant, advances in technology mean that some of the old, more bureaucratic rules can be thrown out.

10 Reasons Why You Should Always Listen To Your Customers
October 27 2015 - It is more important than ever to listen to your customers - and if you've ever checked TripAdvisor you'll realise why.

Eight tips to making your company Christmas video stand out
December 2 2014 - As the Christmas season draws closer, company Christmas videos start to circulate to employees, customers, partners and associates.

A modern business needs a mobile workforce
October 24 2014 - The modern employee is no longer tied to an office desktop. Whether it is on a smartphone, a laptop or a tablet, employees are increasingly taking their work with them wherever they go.

What Does the Next-generation Worker Expect from the Modern Employer?
March 21 2014 - This is a question that gets asked a lot but the answer is simple: the next-generation worker expects use of state-of-the-art technology, mobile working and the adoption of social media within the enterprise.

HR app asks workers "how d'you feel right now?"
December 16 2013 - John Telfer, managing director at IBP looks at alternative methods for obtaining employee feedback and explains why a healthy dose of gaming theory can bring surprising results.

Collaboration at Work: If You Have a Message, Say it with Social Media
May 26 2013 - The recent announcement that Skype Video will be integrated into Outlook Email for instance shows how video, as a social tool, is becoming ever more engrained in modern day communications.

How Video Technology Enhances the Remote Worker's Experience
March 14 2013 - If you provide the right technology - which is definitely available - it is possible for employers to support remote workers and make sure they are productive, involved and in touch.

Why choose video to communicate?
August 30 2012 - Whilst the idea of using video is by no means a new concept, corporations have only recently started to embrace it and taken note of internal and external stakeholder's need to engage with businesses through this channel.

Language Skills In Demand
June 11 2010 - Language skills definitely improve chances of employment according to a survey by specialist language recruiter, Euro London Appointments

Internal Communication Can Improve Organizational Cohesion And Performance
August 29 2007 - Recent research from the Work Foundation calls for increased recognition of the potential of internal communications (IC) to improve organizational cohesion and performance.

Internal communications - don't just do it - use it!
The internal communications industry is at last shaking off its 'house newsletter' image to become a critical business discipline and a key driver of change.

Part 2 - Effective communication

Britons Keen on Overseas Work - But Not the Languages
December 12 2006 - The Institute for Public Policy Research has published a report, featured on the BBC website, showing that up to 6 million British people live or work abroad for at least part of the year. The most popular location is Australia, where there are 1.3 million resident Britons, followed by Spain (761,000), the USA (678,000) and Canada (603,000). Many of these have retired overseas, encouraged to seek cheaper accommodation and better weather by TV programmes such as Place in the Sun, but large numbers are also seeking work.

Management Jargon Baffles Employees
November 6 2006 - A survey for Investors in People finds that 54% of employees in the UK regard management jargon as a source of communication problems.


 


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