UK office workers waste 1.8 billion working hours every year because the technology they’re given isn’t good enough, research from Insight has revealed. The survey of 2,000 UK office workers also showed that more than a third (34%) of employees said that not being equipped with the right technology makes remote and flexible working difficult […]
Internal Communications Conference
The Conference will take an in depth look at the fast changing world of internal communications and how it is increasingly taking on the critical employee engagement role that has too often been neglected by those in HR.
The way we work is changing rapidly. Our people are becoming more mobile with access to more and more sophisticated technology. The way we communicate with our people must also change and we will look at how organisations are grappling with the challenges thrown up by the seismic changes in the way we work.
At the Internal Communications Conference, delegates will learn how internal communications can deliver effective employee engagement across the entire organisation and how to create a strategy for the entire employee journey. The focus will be on those organisations that are driving towards competitive advantage by getting their employee communications strategies right.
EBM Group Events
Internal Communications ConferenceVictoria Park Plaza 17th September 2019
Engage AwardsWestminster Park Plaza, London 11th November 2019
Digital Workplace ConferenceVictoria Park Plaza, London 12th March 2020
Employee Wellbeing ConferenceVictoria Park Plaza, London 12th March 2020
Employee Engagement SummitRiverbank Park Plaza, London 15th May 2020
EU anti-trust regulators have opened an investigation into Amazon after allegations that it misuses “sensitive data” from independent retailers who sell on the online giant’s website. Anti-trust commissioner Margrethe Vestager said she would take “a very close look” at its business practices. The European Commission said it would examine Amazon’s standard contracts with marketplace sellers. […]
Employees in UK businesses are optimistic about the future impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on their jobs according to a nationwide study conducted by Genesys. The survey found nearly two-thirds of employees value new technological tools such as AI in the workplace. In fact, 64% of UK employees say it makes them more effective and […]
Workers whose jobs might become obsolete as a result of automation are to receive help in retraining from a new national government scheme. Up to 20 million manufacturing jobs around the world could be replaced by robots by 2030, according to analysis firm Oxford Economics. The scheme will support workers by helping them find a new […]