For decades, big businesses have invested millions of pounds into finding ways to make consumers buy their products, love their brands and recommend them to others, yet little focus has been put on targeting the employee and giving them the same brand experience.
UK employers are failing to grasp the full commercial importance of their people, according to new research.
A rising number of job-hunting candidates are turning down jobs offers because they’re not impressed with the company during the interview process, according to new research.
Retirement is set to present one of the biggest challenges for businesses in decades. With Baby Boomers fast leaving their careers for retirement and reports that the ‘Snowflake’ generation will make up 75% of the workforce by 2025, businesses are faced with two significant challenges.
While the idea of co-locating like-minded businesses, also known as clustering, is not a new concept, it is certainly gathering muster as businesses looked for innovative ways to thrive and attract the best talent.
The snowflake (or Millennial) generation comes in for a lot of criticism. With words such as narcissistic, flighty and fragile being used to describe the newest group in the UK workforce.
Employee experience is a relatively new corporate phrase and one that shows just how important people power is to modern business.