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Why take part in Best Employers 2020?

Why take part in Best Employers 2020?

According to the results of the Best Employers Eastern Region in 2018, 93% of employees across the region felt engaged with their organisation’s culture and values

Read how Pure supported Jacqui Watson to rebuild her confidence at a difficult time during her HR career journey.

Read how Pure supported Jacqui Watson to rebuild her confidence at a diffic…

Jacqui Watson is an experienced HR leader working at a ground-breaking life sciences company based in Cambridge and covering the UK and the US. Read this Pure story to discover the difference our support made to Jacqui’s career progression ten years ago, and how this was the start of an ongoing relationship with Pure’s Director and HR recruitment specialist Caroline Batchelor.

Dr Hazel McLaughlin shares her top tips on diversity and inclusion

Dr Hazel McLaughlin shares her top tips on diversity and inclusion

We were delighted to welcome Dr Hazel McLaughlin as a guest speaker for our Women’s Leadership Programme.  Hazel is president-elect and will be president in 2020 for the British Psychological Society.  This is the first time in 20 years the president has been an occupational psychologist expert.

Read how Janet Scotcher successfully made a career move to specialise in HR

Read how Janet Scotcher successfully made a career move to specialise in HR…

Janet Scotcher is now an experienced Director of Human Resources and Organisation Development. Read how she successfully made a career move to specialise in HR and how her ongoing relationship with Pure has benefited her own professional development as well as her colleagues and other aspiring HR leaders in the region.

Best Employers Eastern Region is back in 2020!

Best Employers Eastern Region is back in 2020!

Employers passionate about developing their organisation’s culture, engagement levels and workplace environment can now register to take part in Best Employers Eastern Region 2020 and book a place at the launch event.

Developing the confidence to overcome imposter syndrome

Developing the confidence to overcome imposter syndrome

Imposter syndrome is used to describe the secret worry that you are not really good enough, experienced enough or equipped enough, and that you will be ‘found out’ and exposed as an imposter at some point.