Harder than you think: 5 things companies must focus on to improve the engagement of employees with disabilities
We launched our disability and employee engagement research project in 2012, following the excitement and buzz of the Paralympic Games. Our experience has shown us that employees with disabilities are often disengaged at work – regularly experiencing barriers to employment, promotion opportunities and professional development. The Office for Disability Issues found that ‘disabled people are significantly more […]
Check out our new look jobs page!
Calling all job hunters! We’ve revamped our jobs page, helping you to find the very latest employee engagement roles. We know how tough it can be finding a role to suit you. We’ve all been there – trawling the jobs pages for hours on end, struggling to find something that suits you. We realized that there wasn’t […]
How much communication is too much communication?
Think about it – how many times have you walked down the street, passing billboards, shop signs, newspaper stands, posters, and other forms of communication that are desperately trying to grab your attention? They’re everywhere; from walls to the back of toilet cubicle doors, we really can’t escape those little jabbing forms of communication.Walking through […]
There’s Something for Everyone: Training & Development, from People Lab
Training can be a tricky thing. You’ll discover your perfect training course, but realise it’s a one off and you’re unable to attend. You’ll find a course that half-suits your needs, but the trainer isn’t willing to tailor the training to better suit you. Or, commonly, you’ll find a great training course – but the price is […]
Happy Brighton: There must be something in the rock…
After spending the entirety of my life so far living in Hastings, I’ve finally escaped my hometown and am now a fully-fledged Brightonian! I’ve been wanting to move here for years, but university, work and family commitments have always made me stay with my feet firmly on the Hastings pavements I’ve been walking on for 25 years. […]