TWITTER SEES DECLINE IN CORPORATE REPUTATION
Just ten years ago, a company’s digital presence was usually limited to a website. Social media as we know today was in its infancy and used primarily for non-work purposes. As reliance on digital increases, however, it is considered unusual for a brand not to use social platforms to connect and engage with their customers. But for news and social networking site Twitter, a recent drop in its reputation rankings indicates a shifting perception of the platform’s corporate value.
SUPPORTING MENTAL HEALTH IN THE WORKPLACE
As mental health and wellbeing have become a challenge in the workplace, there has been a push for employers to prioritise mental health issues in their practices. London-based mental health charity, Mind, campaigns to raise awareness and understanding of mental health struggles, and has released its research of its effect in the workplace. With 15,000 participants across 30 organisations, including Deloitte, HMRC and PepsiCo, the study coincides with the launch of its Workplace Wellbeing Index Awards, a benchmark of best policy and practice in cultivating good staff wellbeing.
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.
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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.
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.