How can a supermarket chain use Facebook’s enterprise social network to connect employees? I’ve interviewed Daniel Chasemore, Communications Manager at Countdown Supermarkets in New Zealand to find out. They were the first business in the country to use Workplace, formerly known as Facebook at Work. Countdown is one of New Zealand’s largest employers, with over 18,000 […]Read more >
Workplace by Facebook is transforming the way the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) communicates. RNIB invited me to visit them on their six-month anniversary of using the enterprise social network and learn how it’s dramatically boosted their internal communication. Communicating effectively with blind, partially sighted or deaf-blind employees takes careful thought and attention. […]Read more >
How can using Facebook at Work turn a Brewery firm into a connected and communicative workforce? You’re in the right place to find out. Sam Thomas is PR and Internal Comms Manager at Daniel Thwaites here in the UK. She’s here to tell us how they are using the newest Enterprise Social Network (ESN) on the block, […]Read more >
How are you getting on with your Enterprise Social Network? I’ve been writing about using social media for internal communication for the past seven years on my blog. Throughout that time I’ve shared hundreds of ideas, articles and guest posts to help you choose whether an ESN is right for you, which one to go […]Read more >
Are you using Facebook at Work? Not in the traditional sense, in the new shiny Enterprise Social Network sense. I’ve been writing about their latest offerings since the start of the year. Now they’ve rebranded to Workplace (formerly known as Facebook at Work) and it’s available to any company or organisation that wants to use it. Facebook […]Read more >
How can Facebook at Work turn a Brewery firm into a connected and communicative workforce? You’re in the right place to find out. Sam Thomas (pictured) is PR and Internal Comms Manager at Daniel Thwaites here in the UK. She’s here to tell us how they are using the newest Enterprise Social Network (ESN) on the […]Read more >
Are your comms activities worth of an award? The deadlines for the Employer Brand Management Awards and CIPR Excellence awards are just two of the events happening over the next 10 days. Today’s What’s on this week covers 14 to 24 February 2016. If you’d like to plan further ahead, see the comms calendar page. Seeing […]Read more >
How are you using social media to attract and retain employees? Are you telling a consistent story internally and externally? Today I discovered how travel company Thomas Cook Group plc is using social media for recruitment and thought I’d share it with you. I’ve written about the company a couple of times in recent months, looking at […]Read more >
Are you working on a social media strategy for your organisation? Do you know where to start or are you looking for advice and guidance? I’ve just finished reading a book that centres around a framework and promises to offer “a unique and comprehensive end-to-end approach” – taking a company from the point of understanding […]Read more >
Here at TPAS we watched with a huge smile on our faces as we read story after story of the difference landlords and tenants who work together make every day in their communities. We hope you enjoy our chosen snapshots of the day.Read more >
How do you keep your employees safe online? Over the past few weeks I’ve been writing about social media policies and guidance and highlighting how organisations equip their workforce through policies and advice, including collating a list of 300 policies. What about matters of national security? The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has a comprehensive communications […]Read more >
I now know more about hand-dryers, London shopfronts, origami and women’s weightlifting that I did a few days ago. Why? They’re all topics that were discussed by speakers at 300 seconds at Facebook, London, on Tuesday night. Over the course of a few hours, 14 speakers presented ‘lightning talks’ for 300 seconds (five minutes) each […]Read more >
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