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January 7

2019 - Back to the Present

So, having successfully consumed our entire body weight in mince pies we are now battling through the post-Christmas funk that is January. Along with our regrets of over-indulgence and our internal battles on whether we really DO need to stick ...

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August 24

Animation for employee and customer engagement

Here at DNA, we are constantly challenged by clients to convey information to staff and customers in an engaging way. Briefs might include promoting a product or service, sharing data (e.g. staff survey results or customer feedback) or launchin...

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March 29

Managing your employer reputation online

We talk to lots of recruiters and although they all have their own unique challenges, one thing they all seem to share is a hatred for review sites like Glassdoor. As we all know, people are more likely to take to online channels to complain ab...

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March 12

So you’ve developed your EVP and new employer brand. What’s the first thing you do? Nothing!

So you’ve developed your EVP and new employer brand. What’s the first thing you do? Nothing! You’ve started the journey to reap the many benefits of a distinct and compelling EVP and Employer Brand. You want to trans...

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November 7

Preparing for 2018. How much of your Marketing budget do you spend on your existing staff?

  Defining your employee value proposition, and executing it through a compelling and coherent employer brand will do wonders for the profile of your HR Department and the metrics by which success is measured. We’ve saved clie...

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July 12

Defining your Employee Value Proposition – why do it?

I had a meeting with the FD of a new client recently. He harrumphed and said ‘Bloody HR, always finding ways to keep themselves busy, what is it they want to spend my money on now?’. We then had ...

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