DOS AND DONT’S AT WORK
Aligning employees with a company’s code of conduct is key to getting the workforce onboard with its vison, while shaping an employer brand from the inside out. However, it’s difficult to engage employees through long dry manuals beyond induction week. Swedish telecommunications firm, Telia Company, recognised this issue and has invested in a more innovative code of conduct to increase employee engagement.
GETTING WOMEN ON BOARD
Volunteer engagement between organisations conjures up images of employees digging community gardens, putting on office bake sales and running marathons in aid of charity. While all undoubtedly noble actions for noble causes, sometimes B2B engagement stems from fostering collaboration between two, perhaps unlikely, organisations. Social enterprise Women Ahead, which uses a cross-company mentoring scheme to encourage more women to climb the career ladder, is a volunteer-led programme with a difference.
IOIC AWARDS 2017 NOW OPEN FOR ENTRIES
For the Institute of Internal Communication (IoIC), developing a succinct understanding of IC is crucial to sustaining an organisation that, for over 65 years, has set the pace for the internal communications profession. Through cultivating career development programmes, providing qualifications and representing over 1,000 industry professionals, the annual IoIC National Awards recognise best practice within the sector.
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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.