In this blog we’ll aim to simplify what an Employee Value Proposition (EVP) is and why you need one. And explain how it should sit at the heart of your employer brand.
Each employee is unique and will need a whole array of different things from you throughout the employment relationship. The secret is getting to know the right mix and quantities and knowing when to adapt the recipe over time to meet the changing needs of each employee.
It should be no surprise that one of the key factors in creating an engaged employee and ultimately an engaged team is the relationship we have with our manager.
If you take away just one thing from this blog remember that self-improvement is impossible without self-awareness.
Bringing a team together in a safe environment where open and honest conversations can take place has many advantages. It not only allows teams to explore individual preferences, but also the impact they have on each other, what each individual brings to the team and how they can work more effectively together.
Brands who use ‘real’ people in their advertising campaigns have seen a rise in brand advocacy and sales. We take a look at the best campaigns examples and why you should jump on board with authentic storytelling.
There will come a moment in every large company’s lifetime where a brief is plonked on the desk of the HR team to reduce ‘X’ number of desks in the office. This typically follows a need to cut overheads via hot-desking or flexible working initiatives, though can also be an attempt to break down office silos and improve communication between teams.
In recent years, the annual performance review has come under the spotlight as being unfit for purpose. We explore this very topical question.