Corporate Eye

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diversity

I invited Alice Williams, who has a particular interest in corporate communications, to write a post for us about diversity, and how best to communicate this on your corporate website.

What Corporate Diversity Means for Your Company — and 4 Companies Doing It Right

If you’re looking to foster innovation and cooperation in your company during the coming year, it may be time to examine your corporate diversity culture.

For those unfamiliar with the term, … Read the rest

recruitment-marketing

I invited Ron Stewart, who runs the Jobs4Group, to write a post for us today on recruitment marketing.

What is Recruitment Marketing And How Can It Help Your Business?

Have you ever posted job offers on social media or set up a campaign to attract candidates to your business? If so, then you may have inadvertently tried your hand at recruitment marketing. When a company is looking to sell a job vacancy to the public, … Read the rest

woodworking-tools

Today’s post comes from Chris Lee, and talks about choosing when to use different kinds of language when recruiting: using the right tool for the job. I thought it aligned neatly with our earlier posts about plain English, and with our posts about recruitment. Over to you, Chris…

Effective communication during the recruitment process

Normally, when a business tries to communicate what it does to the wider population it tries to avoid using esoteric terminology. … Read the rest

onboarding

I invited Steve O’Brian to write a post about onboarding. We know that keeping employees beyond that first year can be difficult—and losing them is expensive—so getting them up to speed, enthusiastic and embedded in your corporate culture is vital. But how to do it?

4 Strategies for Effective Onboarding

Everyone has the same vision of perfect employee onboarding. Your new hires get up to speed quickly. They embrace (and yes, evangelize!) your corporate culture. … Read the rest

plain-language

Mike Miranda from the Clear Law Institute offered to write a post for us about communicating compliance requirements in plain language. I spend a lot of time reviewing corporate websites, and sometimes the compliance sections are the hardest (and slowest), because of the complexity of the language, and the density of the information. Plain language matters!

Over to you, Mike…

When we talk to each other we generally speak in plain language. Have you ever … Read the rest