Congratulations to all the winners and accredited organisations revealed at our Best Employers Eastern Region 2018 event on Wednesday.
In the September edition of The Norwich Resident, our very own Senior Manager at Pure Norwich, Joseph O’Sullivan, has this month’s final word:
The Blossom Charity has supported five women from deserving organisations in the East of England to develop their leadership skills by sponsoring places on the Women’s Leadership Programme, run by professional recruitment specialists Pure and strategic HR consultancy People & Performance.
As proud co-sponsors of the Best Employer category at the Suffolk Business Awards we’d like to share our congratulations with the overall winners IPRS Health and all three of the extremely worthy finalists.
Pure Executive, in partnership with Grant Thornton, has brought together over 130 business leaders from across the East of England for its summer series of Directors Clubs.
Eleven delegates from East Anglia took part in Pure Executive’s first exclusive Executive Training Programme at Cranfield Business School as part of the new Board Ready Talent Scheme.
The Women’s Leadership Programme, developed by Pure and People & Performance, is a leadership programme first and a women’s programme second. One of its purposes is to help women understand how they might be holding themselves back and to help change people’s perceptions of women in business.
Best Employers Eastern Region provides real-time data on employee engagement levels within your organisation, the opportunity to benchmark your business against others, and the chance of being crowned one of the region’s best employers.
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?