The world of AI is ever growing, and the introduction of ChatGPT has piqued the interest of a few people in the recruitment world. As an industry that is looking to become more efficient in its working, technology is undoubtedly going to play a huge part in it. So with this in mind, here is our take on the pros and cons of AI in recruitment
Check out this little interview with the entire team at HR Consultancy, PTHR, who tell our founder, Hadie, why they love working for this award winning, B Corp Certified company and feel exhilarated to get started every morning. With a 4 day week as standard ( that was introduced way back in 2020), taking ownership of their principles such as self determination and wellbeing and with a legend of a leader who describes his team using the words 'loyalty and belief" - this company has engagement, corporate responsibility and culture absolutely nailed. Find out how by downloading the podcast and watching it over a warm cup of tea!
Brands who offer customer incentives can cut cost of acquisition and retention in the year ahead UK consumers say that incentives will be key to securing their loyalty and custom through the cost-of-living crisis, according to new research from Edenred.
Holidays and special occasions such as birthdays are always a catalyst for handheld and wearable devices to be replaced. Christmas in particular generates thousands upon thousands of excess gadgets, with so many still in relatively good working order. At Ncentiva, our mission is to provide a second home to those obsolete devices – and we pay a fair price for them to come to us.
“In 2023 and beyond, reward will remain exactly where it should be - in the DNA of every business keen to recognise people making a difference to the company or their colleagues. However, it feels there will be a stronger focus on ‘support’. Throughout December, our team was speaking to clients who wanted to support their staff over the festive period, not reward them. It’s certainly more driven by emotional connection and an awareness of the current climate, with households hunkering down at the moment, and every penny saved is a win.
Our founder Hadie, catches up with loyalty tech guru, Ben Chesser. He's the founder and CEO of Coniq who specialise in providing expertise and technology solutions for physical retailers and malls. She's known Ben for many years as a key member of the loyalty space in London with close to 15 years experience. He's got a lot to say about it and they delve into the origins of shopping malls, why loyalty is about connections and not about points and how he had to be dug out of a rather nasty pile of bananas!
Well, here we go! 2023 is upon us and if the reports are to be believed (even one of my own articles) a recession is upon us. So, buckle up, it’s going to be a bumpy ride! There is so much advice as to how to prepare, what you need to put in place, what constitutes robust future planning, but have you heeded the advice or has the run up to this moment and the challenges involved left little time to think about next quarter let alone the whole year and beyond?
“Our employee benefits insight shows that almost two-thirds of employees say they would be likely to leave their job for more lucrative opportunities as a direct consequence of the cost-of-living crisis. A sobering statistic for business leaders across all sizes of company, a tangible cost and a recognised business risk. Employers need to offer the right range of financial wellbeing benefits to staff to support retention and recruitment of talent.”
By now, it’s no secret that customers like to be rewarded for their loyalty. In varying forms, this cycle has underpinned the B2C world for centuries – and, more recently, has proven itself to be one of the most transformative strategies for B2B companies too.
Listen in: An 18 minute dialogue with Simon about his rise to leadership and the traits that set him on the right road to success. We start by walking through his modest but happy council estate childhood, watching his parents work super hard every day to give him and his family as much as they could including memorable camp-side holidays in Inverness.