Internal communications

Technology's workforce engagement potential remains untapped

Three-quarters (76%) of HR professionals still use annual employee surveys to measure workforce engagement, according to real-time audience engagement app Vevox

Hot topic: Transition to a green economy, part two

Polling for the general election suggested that the environment was a greater concern for voters than ever

Case study: Engaging staff with a new HRIS and payroll system at Charles Stanley

?The HR team at Charles Stanley implemented an HRIS and payroll system in just three months

Accenture's UK&I HRD on what's kept her in HR

Candida Mottershead has been with Accenture more than two decades, but HR at the firm still stretches her

Is a 'right to disconnect' email ban over Christmas a good idea?

The University of Sussex Business School found staff have different goals dictating whether they’d appreciate a ban

Four ways to strategically focus on employee wellbeing

At the CIPD Annual Conference and Exhibition speakers throughout day one explained how they are focusing on employee wellbeing in a values-driven strategic way

Hot topic: Political conversations at work, part two

Workplaces are becoming increasingly politicised, with research from Jobsite finding that 46% of employees have noticed an increase in political discussion among colleagues

Women lose state pension legal battle

Women who were born in the 1950s will not be compensated for the money they missed out on when the state pension age was raised from 60 to 65

Fiona Deal: At home in the housing sector

Network Homes’ executive director of people and technology dominated the HR Excellence Awards this year for the second time – what's her secret to success?

Using poetry to engage staff in training

Poems can help make internal comms more memorable, and excite employees to help spread the message

Back to basics... Virtual meetings

Our back to basics series brings you top tips from industry experts on the bread and butter areas of HR

Brexit uncertainty causing stress and anxiety among staff

As wrangling over blocking a no-deal Brexit and Boris Johnson's plan to prorogue parliament continues, research shows staff are anxious about the impact of Brexit

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