Our next series of Directors Clubs, held in association with Grant Thornton, will take place across the region between 20th June and 11th July with the key theme of ‘Operational Optimisation’.
Once you’ve asked your staff to complete the free, confidential Best Employers Eastern Region employee engagement survey, and you’ve received your tailored report of the findings, what should you do next?
Our aim is to support local organisations to source, develop and retain top talent which in turn contributes to organisational growth. Sharing employee engagement ideas further supports this.
Pure is proud to be jointly sponsoring the Best Employer category of the Norfolk Business Awards 2018 and we’re encouraging local organisations to take part and to be in with a chance of winning a prestigious accolade which will enhance employer brand.
Professional recruitment specialists Pure has been awarded an Investors in People Gold Award. Described as an achievement of ‘world class best practice’, IIP Gold is only given to organisations who can demonstrate excellence in developing and supporting staff to achieve high performance.
The Best Employers Eastern Region 2018 employee survey is now live. As well as the chance to be crowned one of the region’s Best Employers, there are many other benefits to participating. Here are five reasons why one survey can have a big, positive impact on your business.
The Best Employers Eastern Region 2018 employee engagement survey is now live. Don’t miss out on the free opportunity to discover your current levels of employee satisfaction and to gain expert advice on increasing engagement.
On 27 February 2018 business leaders and HR professionals from across the East of England came together to discuss the latest thinking in employee engagement and to share best practice at the Best Employers Eastern Region 2018 launch event.
Read Pure Executive Director, Tom Earl's comments on this topic via the link below:
An innovative scheme to develop tomorrow’s executives in the East of England has been launched.