“What do graduates want?” – a graduate’s perspective

14 April 2022
Recently Bright Network released their report on ‘What do graduates want?’ for 2022/3.  As a recent graduate, I was interested to learn more about what 14,234 graduates thought! First up, I was surprised that only 60% of students are planning on starting a graduate job straight after graduating.  Are graduates still concerned about entering the […]
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RTO is one hot potato

06 May 2022
The debate about returning to the office has raged on and on over the last few months and there are no signs of it stopping. Recently, two law firms come out fighting. Stephenson Harwood are adopting a hybrid model, like the majority of other law firms; but if you don’t ever want to go into […]

Putting your company values to work

06 May 2020
The COVID-19 crisis is causing many people to evaluate our personal values as a way to provide stability during a time of uncertainty. It’s no different for businesses. Crises often expose the stress fractures in an organisation and those without strong core values will suffer. But rather than being a threat, a crisis can be […]

How to improve employee engagement

28 October 2019
Employers no longer hold the power when it comes to talent. Nearly three quarters of employees fall within the “high-retention-risk” category, and the reason most cited is due to having nowhere else to go on their current organisation’s career ladder. They are confident too, with 53% sure that if they quit or lost their current […]

Psychological safety and speaking up

04 October 2019
At our most recent event we had two brilliant speakers covering topics which sparked lots of conversations around psychological safety in the workplace and the power of speaking up. Henry, founder of 106 Comms introduced the morning with a case study on building trust within an organisation. Anglo American demonstrated their commitment to people over […]

Value to society

15 July 2019
There’s no doubt that it is more important than ever to show your value to society.  This can be looked at as a combination of your services (i.e. what value do these actually bring to society?), your direct operations (and how they impact on jobs, communities, environment and so on), and your supply chain (and […]

Learning from Chernobyl – an internal communications perspective

11 June 2019
Chernobyl nuclear reactor disaster Anyone who has watched HBO’s Chernobyl, aside from feeling extreme empathy for the harrowing human impact, will know the frustration of watching the chain of decisions that resulted in catastrophe. According to HBO’s representation of the disaster, deputy chief-engineer Anatoly Dyatlov was hell bent on carrying out a test on the […]

Grads, Employers and Ethics

06 December 2018
We attended the final Breakfast News event of 2018 at the Anthologist, hosted by Blackbridge and Group GTI. The overarching theme was around graduates and company ethics, the event aptly being named “who’s been naughty and who’s been nice?” with guest speaker Rev. Richard Coles shining some Christmassy light on the subject. Do the ethics […]

Leadership, Talent and Culture in iGaming

30 November 2018
Here’s a brief overview of our brochure, or download the full thing here Our new (yay!) free (extra yay!) downloadable brochure will give you invaluable insights into attracting and retaining talent, and building your capability in one of the fastest-growing and most competitive sectors in the world. In iGaming, the drive for growth and scale […]

Common Challenges of Having a Remote Workforce

29 November 2018
GUEST POST FROM KEVIN CONNER, FOUNDER OF DIGITAL EXITS. Please see profile below. Remote work is growing, and for good reason. For business owners, a remote workforce is much more affordable. It reduces the need for office space, supplies and equipment, and it can sometimes result in higher engagement and productivity. And for employees, remote […]
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