Posts Tagged ‘HRD interviews’
In this Q&A, Gary Browning, group CEO at Penna Consulting, shares with Katie Richard how Penna has maintained a position on the Sunday Times Best Companies To Work For list for six years and how HR has positively impacted the business’ bottom line. Read the rest of this entry »
Lewis Silkin has a spot on the Sunday Times 100 Best Companies list, and their employees gave the organisation a positive score of 89% for their charitable activities. How does the organisation nurture a CSR culture at all levels? Penny Newman, director of people and knowledge, reveals to Katie Richard. Read the rest of this entry »
With a Best Company title under their belt three years running, Creditsafe’s CEO Cato Syversen talks to Katie Richard about their hugely popular company boxing matches, and shares how they plan to retain their heavyweight championship when it comes to employee engagement.
When Bethany Evans, head of L&D at Jaguar Land Rover stepped into the role, she flattened the existing learning strategy to make room for a one-stop-shop for professional skills training. Bethany reveals to Katie Richard how the new strategy has affected the business. Read the rest of this entry »
Financial services organisation State Street has been quick to respond to the government target of 25% female representation on boards by 2015. Boasting a 50/50 gender split in employee population and 39% female representation on boards, how has the organisation built a ladder to the top for their female employees? Hazel Keating, head of HR EMEA, shares the journey with Katie Richard.
Flight Centre UK has been on The Sunday Times Best 100 Companies list for 10 years. What has the organisation done to maintain its position and what do they have planned to stay on the list? Will Leonelli, peopleworks leader at Flight Centre UK, reveals to Katie Richard.