CORPORATE & FINANCIAL AWARDS 2023 OPEN FOR ENTRIES
The Corporate & Financial Awards has returned to once again set the benchmark for excellence in City communications. Never has corporate communications been so important as today, with different groups of stakeholders exercising increasing influence over a company’s brand. The new year brings an evolving landscape for corporate reporting, and the awards celebrate those who meet opportunity with innovation and creativity.
OVER HALF OF WORKERS SUFFER POOR MENTAL HEALTH
A new report directed at business leaders shows that 58% of workers have experienced poor mental or physical health in the last two years.
HCA LAUNCHES CSR GUIDE
A guide launched by the Healthcare Communications Association offers advice to organisations looking to partner with charities on pro bono projects.
Many may be embarking on this new year feeling wary, still rocked by the unpredictability of the last few. Yvonne Maher, managing director at Cognito, says survival in uncertain times is about being flexible and fearless: "We believe in planning, but in pencil rather than ink."
Following the COP27 summit, David Willans, sustainability director at Bladonmore, talks to Communicate magazine on how companies have responded, and the responsibility of corporate communicators now.
2023 AND ESG: WHAT COP27 MEANS FOR THE FINANCIAL SERVICES SECTOR AND THE YEAR AHEAD
Alberto Lopez-Valenzuela, senior partner at Penta Group, considers what we can expect for the financial services sector in 2023.
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.
The DataComms Awards recognises and celebrates the use of data in corporate communications whether that be through the measurement and evaluation or in communications strategies.
EMPLOYER BRAND MANAGEMENT AWARDS
From the outset, the Employer Brand Management Awards was recognised as the must-win awards programme for any organisation keen to benchmark its employer brand activity. A strong employer brand is seen as the beating heart of many organisations. The employer brand goes beyond fancy recruitment adverts; it is an intrinsic part of the ethos and ethics of an organisation. If utilised well, it attracts, engages and retains talent. It also, importantly, instigates the employee experience and guides the employee journey.