Internal communications

Communicating your benefits offering

Staff can take their benefits package for granted. Here's how to best communicate what's on offer

HRD's pocket guide to... negotiation

August's pocket guide offers up everything you should know about negotiating at work

It doesn't have to be lonely at the top

Being friendly is just the right thing to do, and it also happens to make business sense

Having a shared vision saved our organisation

The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust asked staff what sort of organisation it needed to be to thrive in a competitive environment

Employers struggling to engage employees

Communication is key to tackling low engagement, but a thoughtful approach is needed

EU nationals in the UK: Brexit and beyond

The government has announced its long overdue plan for EU nationals and their family members

Small and medium firms not prepared for a crisis

Even small firms can still be affected by a crisis, and HR can play a key defensive role

Employers don't understand what benefits workers want

18% of employees are dissatisfied with their package, and 50% think the offering isn't tailored to them

HRD's pocket guide to... customer service

June's pocket guide explores the critical link between employee engagement and customer service

Incorporating flexible working into your recruitment strategy

It’s vital to break down the perception that flexible working is linked to lower levels of employee commitment

Is HR inadvertently ‘silencing’ employees?

Employees 'speaking up' are doomed to failure when nothing has been done to address 'listening up'

HRD's pocket guide to... event planning

April's pocket guide plans out how all the details of an event come together

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