Never go back, they say. Of course, there are high profile examples of people returning successfully for a second stint with an employer, writes Lawrence Bowen.
Indeed Winston Churchill’s first spell as part of a government thankfully did not deter him from taking the country’s premiership in 1940.
Continue reading Returning to a past employer: can it work out?
It was the keyboard button that no-one used. The hash-tag.
Even now, some would still have to pore over their keyboard to find it.
But – thanks to the arrival of social media giant Twitter – the hash-tag has never been so popular, writes Martin Smith.
Continue reading Opinion: social media spelling the end of grammar?
Headlines’ internal communications expertise has been recognised at the IoIC awards 2013 – picking up FOUR prestigious awards.
We scooped a vaunted Gold Award for the Best Digital Entry for the Association for Project Management digital newsletter Penguin at the glitzy bash, known as the Oscars for the UK’s internal communications industry.
Continue reading IoIC awards 2013: Headlines enjoys quadruple success
Numbers can – sometimes – tell a story more effectively than words, according to one of the bosses at tech giant Microsoft.
And now they have developed the website to prove it.
The software company has launched a fresh approach to communicating information with its customers – sharing the essential figures that make up its business.
Continue reading Comms news: Why the numbers add up for Microsoft
The case for internal communications and employee engagement has always been built around competitive advantage. But engaging with Gen Y employees is a whole new ball game. IC Magazine looks at how we need to adapt.
Continue reading Feature: Engaging successfully with Gen Y employees