Today, we’re feeling the love in the workplace. To mark Valentine’s Day this weekend, we showcase our top eight articles on building engagement, creating community and nurturing our future talent; including how we can make HR a more enticing career choice for our next generation.
Building engagement at M&S – exclusive interview with Tanith Dodge, director of HR
In its annual survey, 74% of M&S employees said they feel really engaged, while average engagement levels across the retail sector stand at just 33%. How is M&S creating meaning, building trust & emotional connection for workers?
Five facts about employee engagement: Engagement is still just too “HR”
How can you convert employee engagement into competitive advantage and what trends will we see in the future? Here are five key takeaways from our sneak preview at the inaugural EdelmanENGAGE survey into engagement.
Getting to know your peers: Changeboard’s career profile series
Want to know how your peers got to where they are today? Their proudest career moment? Their first job? All is revealed in our career profile series.
Celebrating 10 years at Changeboard: creating the brand & community
Our co-founders Porteur Keene and Jim Carrick-Birtwell reveal their motivations behind setting up the brand, how they ensure the company’s deep rooted values are lived throughout the business, and their vision for the future.
How can social media support your talent strategy? We ask the VP of talent at Hootsuite
Starting as a small team of 20, Hootsuite now has over 700 employees in nine locations and averages at 10 hires a week. Ambrosia Humphrey tells us how they’re using social media to empower their people & culture.
The new BFFs – HR & marketing
What better way to showcase your employer brand than through the power of your employees? FizzPopBANG! reveals how HR & marketing can collaborate in building ‘brand activists’ for your organisation.
nuturing future talent
Do you offer mentoring in your organisation? 98% of Gen Z believe mentoring is essential for their career development but only 22% of UK businesses offer it. How can you kick-start mentoring success in your business?
How can we make HR a more appealing career?
Many HR practitioners began their careers by simply “falling into” the profession. So how can we encourage young people to see HR as a valuable, varied and rewarding career choice? Claire Bishop of the CIPD explores.