Recently we conducted a survey to explore differences in how employees and executives view issues around employee engagement. We learned a lot and we shared our findings in a white paper. We observed that the strongest predictor of employee engagement turns out to be a tie between the level of employee respect for executive leadership, pride in working for the company, a positive feeling about the company culture, and a sense that your work matters.
We were delighted to host our inaugural Women in Leadership Alumni event last week bringing together our recent graduates and current alumni to network and hear from three inspiring leaders from key industries. Joining the speaker panel were Carole Edmond former CEO from Bright Horizons,; Harry Berry, non-Executive Director BT and Bridget McIntyre, founder and owner of Dream on, a community interest group helping women achieve their best.
This week (21st September to 25th September) is National Work Life Week, which aims to highlight the benefits of a work-life balance to ensure employees remain engaged, motivated and productive at work.
The new shared parental leave legislation has been in place for six months now. But a report from the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) shows that while managers are generally supportive of all forms of parental leave, employees are not so confident of their managers’ support.
Interviews will always be a two-way street, at the same time an employer is interviewing a candidate, the candidate is also assessing whether they would like to work for the organisation in the first place. Therefore it’s important to get the balance right between putting interviewees at ease and still finding ways to challenge them.
Charity fundraising challenges are not only an important part of a company’s corporate social responsibility. They can also have a far wider impact on reinforcing a culture of teamwork and camaraderie, making the organisation one which a potential new recruit will aspire to join.
Pure Resourcing Solutions (Pure) wants more professional women in the East of England to progress into leadership roles so the firm has teamed up with Christina Youell at People & Performance Ltd to run a great development programme for senior women.
Date: Thursday 4 June 2015. A career development network for senior finance professionals. This future FD programmes is a career development forum for capable, ambitious finance managers seeking to develop and execute a strategy for excelling in their profession.
Pure, in partnership with People and Performance held its the third Women’s Leadership Programme (WLP) graduation on 20 May 2015 at Paddocks House, Newmarket.
Pure Resourcing Solutions (Pure) were delighted to hear they had won an award at the first annual Jostle Awards for their vibrant and engaging intranet receiving an enviable 80% or more engagement level each week. This award celebrates its people, and reflects its knowledge and values.