Three ways your employer brand can work for you right now

Jun 30, 2020 3:53:17 PM / by Tom Chesterton posted in For everyone, Advice, Employer Brand

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At the start of March, we were asked by Brett & Andrea at Employer Brand International to write a few words about our three top tips for using Employer Brand as a business tool during the CV19 pandemic. A little bit of head scratching later, and the three points below were provided.

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How to choose an agency - and why arms-length beauty parades don’t work

May 28, 2020 8:45:00 AM / by Marcus Body posted in Insider, For everyone, Advice, Revolution

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What is Content Marketing really?

Nov 27, 2019 8:47:28 AM / by Ruth Faulkner posted in Advice, Employer Brand, Future, Storytelling, Content

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Walking meetings come with more than just health benefits

Oct 22, 2019 3:40:36 PM / by Naomi Kitchen posted in Insider, For clients, For everyone, Advice

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Flexible working, just an employee perk or a business benefit too?

Oct 22, 2019 3:33:02 PM / by Naomi Kitchen posted in Insider, For clients, For everyone, Advice

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Back to school. Not just for the kids.

Oct 22, 2019 2:59:35 PM / by Tom Chesterton posted in Insider, Advice, Future

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Truthiness is next to godliness

Oct 21, 2019 9:21:58 PM / by Marcus Body posted in Advice, Employer Brand, Future, Storytelling

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Winning awards (a reprise)

Oct 21, 2019 7:28:09 PM / by Tom Chesterton posted in Awards, Advice, Humblebrag

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As we're entering awards season once again, we thought it would be worth resurrecting this blog from a few years ago. Some thoughts here still resonate, although the number of awards won has shot up, the principle remains the same.

The British have a very specific way of receiving accolades. We’re taught from a very young age to win well but lose better. Be humble. Be self-effacing. Don’t make a big deal of it. It’s the taking part that counts. All very Olympian and playing fields of Eton.

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