September 28, 2016

Introducing the newest member of our team!

  It’s now been nearly a month since Katie Austin, our newest team member, joined People Lab. We’re thrilled to have her and the last few weeks have whizzed by. But, rather than keep her all to ourselves, we thought it was well and truly time for everyone else to meet her. Welcome Katie! First […]

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September 27, 2016

Employee Engagement Jobs

On the hunt for a new challenge? We update our jobs page every week, bringing you the very latest employee engagement and internal comms roles. Simply click on a job title below for full details on each role. Good luck with your search!   Employee Engagement Assistant, Glasgow Head of Internal Communications, Leeds Internal Communications Business Partner, Mid Glamorgan […]

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September 21, 2016

Closing the gap: when perception and reality collide

I’m sure many of you would have seen last week’s fairly spectacular video, in which Sports Direct founder, Mike Astley, was filmed pulling out a wad of £50 notes as he was searched ahead of a factory tour. I’m sure I’m not the only comms professional to be somewhat baffled by how somebody so senior […]

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August 30, 2016

Guest Blog Series: Q & A with Peter Haigh, MD of Bristol Energy

Peter Haigh is the MD of Bristol Energy, an energy company set up by Bristol City Council with an ethos built on values of fairness and equality. Bristol Energy has a ‘Social Good Mission’ which sets it apart from other energy companies by making sure any profit it accumulates is poured straight back into the […]

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August 30, 2016

Are Employee Owned Businesses the Key to Tackling Britain’s Productivity Problem?

As a newly appointed Prime Minister, Theresa May has made many recommendations for change, highlighting where Britain’s weaknesses lie. Amongst these is the talk of social reform and the need to create a country that ‘works for everyone, rather than a privileged few’, along with the need to tackle a waning level of productivity in […]

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Emma Bridger’s Book. Out Now!

Emma Bridger’s new book, Employee Engagement, is published by Kogan Page is out now.

The book takes a practical look at what you can do to improve and develop employee engagement. It shares insights, tools, techniques and case studies from other organisations, to help you develop and improve employee engagement within your own organisation today.


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