Awards Blog

Awards Blog

The Importance of Employee’s Workwear Choices during Christmas

by Simon Jersey from on 30th December 2016.

-REPOSTED FROM CXM MAGAZINE- 1 in 5 Brits will refuse to leave a tip if you look scruffy – Why it’s so important to make the right workwear choices Tipping has always been a grey area in the UK, and the “unwritten rules” that many people follow are very much open to interpretation. Leading workwear […]

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My Digital Experience from an HR Professional

by Lara Plaxton from on 30th December 2016.

-REPOSTED FROM CXM MAGAZINE- Whilst I should start by saying I wouldn’t profess to be an HR technology expert, having found myself responsible for implementing a global HR cloud-based system from design and configuration through to data migration, testing and implementation I guess I’ve learned a few lessons along the way. For example, don’t refer […]

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10 Reasons Why Entering Awards is Good for Business

by Jill Barnes from on 14th December 2016.

Have you overlooked awards as a marketing tool to promote your business? If you haven’t considered putting your business forward for award nomination you may be missing a trick. Winning will have innumerable benefits, but even if you don’t win, there are significant benefits to be gained by being a Finalist. Here are our top […]

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Airbnb #1 Best Place to Work in 2016

by CXM Editorial Team from on 9th December 2016.

    Airbnb wins #1 Best Place to Work in 2016, as part of Glassdoor’s annual Employees’ Choice Awards. Watch this video to check out what employees have to say about working for Airbnb.

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Business Development Sectors Failing to Use Employee Feedback to Drive Strategic Change

by Questback from on 9th December 2016.

Questback research finds 42% of companies only survey staff every two years Organisations see the importance of listening to employees, but are failing to collect feedback often enough and are only using it tactically, rather than strategically. These are the headline findings of recent pan-European research carried out by enterprise feedback management software provider Questback. […]

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Having One Coffee Too Many?

by The Clubhouse from on 9th December 2016.

London Bound British Entrepreneurs Spending Nearly £6,000 a Year Unnecessarily To Pass Time In Between Meetings Entrepreneurs and business people are spending around three hours a week in cafés, hotel lobbies, and clubs in between business meetings Entrepreneurs and business people typically spend around £700 a week in London (excluding travel) of which 16% is […]

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The Importance of Recognizing “Customer Obsessed” Employees

by Mike Maughan from on 9th December 2016.

Why Employees Are The Secret to a Great Customer Experience Program in 2016 by Mike Maughan, head of global insights at Qualtrics When it comes to creating an organization that is obsessed with customer success, we often start in the wrong place. We start by focusing solely on the customer. That may seem logical. But […]

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Christmas Party – a Huge Opportunity for UK Employers

by Love Energy Savings from on 9th December 2016.

It’s that time of year again; Christmas is almost upon us. If you’re a business owner, then organising your annual festive party is no doubt rising up your to-do list. Research conducted by Love Energy Savings has uncovered exactly what the British public love about their annual work Christmas party – something that has become […]

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Brits Top 20 Bucket List – Travel Above All

by Inghams from on 5th December 2016.

Do you have that burning desire to escape the workplace for a life of travel? With summer fast approaching 48% of the UK workforce are not planning their summer holiday, instead they are looking to swap their briefcase for a backpack and travel the world. Inghams ran a nationwide survey to 2,000 people via One […]

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Can You Call in Sick?

by Andrew Culwick from on 5th December 2016.

The aching truth: If a Brit was to fall ill or injured and out of work for a month, they would only receive 15% of their monthly wage.] First4lawyers surveyed 2000 working Brits on paid sick leave and health and safety in the workplace and found that on current sick terms in the UK, long […]

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