EMPLOYER BRAND MANAGEMENT AWARDS 2017 WINNERS ANNOUNCED
The Employer Brand Management Awards continues its pledge to recognise the best in internal communications, corporate leadership, recruitment and HR best practice. With a wide selection of categories, a meticulous judging process and a diverse medley of world-beating entries, the awards set the stage for excellence in all areas of employer branding.
POOR MANAGEMENT DISENGAGES WORKFORCE
A disengaged workforce spells trouble for a company of any size. To combat this, effective leadership plays a distinct role in getting employees on board with an organisation’s vision and nurturing high levels of employee engagement. However, according to London-based internal communications agency, Gatehouse, the biggest challenge facing internal communicators, and wider organisation success, is poor line manager communication skills.
FTSE COMPANIES DON’T DELIVER IN DIGITAL
Typically inundated by complex financial data, it’s crucial that company websites convey both a coherent corporate story and investment vision to key investor audiences. However, a worrying amount of FTSE listed companies do not clearly address their investment proposal on their corporate sites, and some don’t even include what their business does on the home page. According to research conducted by Black Sun, a London-based stakeholder communications consultancy, there have been major developments in website responsiveness and video experience, yet there is still a widening digital divide between the best and worst in these corporate sites.
Communications thrives outside of London. What do communicators say are the challenges and benefits of living and working away from the UK’s capital?
A career in the extractives sector has allowed Anik Michaud to oversee corporate relations for Anglo American. She discusses her journey from Montreal to London and from health sciences to communications with Brittany Golob
Public relations cannot stand by and watch media ethics dissipate, Jason MacKenzie says in his first column as CIPR president for 2017
CONFERENCES IN 2016
Communicate magazine runs a number of conferences covering a variety of topics centred around corporate communications, from investor relations and digital stakeholder engagement to employer brand management and internal communications.
EVOLUTION OF THE ANNUAL REPORT 2016
The Evolution of the Annual Report is the essential event for the corporate communications and investor relations community.
2016 TRANSFORM CONFERENCE NORTH AMERICA
Hosted by our sister magazine, Transform, delegates at the Transform Conference North America can expect to hear from speakers across all sectors that are excelling in their brand strategy and communications.
CORPORATE & FINANCIAL AWARDS
We are open for entries. The Corporate & Financial Awards celebrate excellence in all aspects of City communication.
CORPORATE ENGAGEMENT AWARDS
The Corporate Engagement Awards celebrates the best corporate partnerships, sponsorships and CSR programmes. Currently open for entries until 13 March, but enter by 20 February and you will received £100 off your total cost.