Empathetic and effective employee engagement

At times of crisis or when your organisation has an important issue to manage, it’s important that your internal communication to staff is as authentic and clear as your external communication. Employees need to know what is happening, what action is being taken and why, how they will be affected and what they are expected to do. We outline three key steps you should take to engage effectively with your team.

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Clear communication to help contain Coronavirus

Coronavirus is dominating headlines worldwide and the scale of its impact is being realised. We are still in a rapidly evolving situation, and any crisis is by definition an unpredictable event, but organisations should take precautions and prepare as far as possible on the impact to people and business. In our latest blog post we outline a checklist of three key considerations.

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Languages matter!

International Mother Language Day was started by UNESCO to celebrate the world’s languages, and encourage people around the world to preserve them, championing the importance of cultural and linguistic diversity.

The theme for this year is ‘languages without borders’, helping to promote peaceful dialogue, social inclusion and cultural ties and to preserve indigenous heritage.

The importance of communication is often overlooked, which can lead to mistranslation and misunderstanding. As international PR experts, we know how vital it is to get your messages right.

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Five New Year’s Resolutions To Enhance Your Company Reputation

At this time each year, organisations are making a fresh start and producing new plans to ensure they have a successful year. Creating a positive impression is essential to enhance the reputation of your brand and business and showcase your company’s strengths, to help you stand out from the competition.

Here are our top five resolutions you should considering implementing this year, to enhance your reputation.

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Fake news and fact checking

It was only a few years ago that the term ‘fake news’ began to be widely used as a term. Now it is an issue covered in the media – The Independent has a news section on fake news and Channel 4 provides a FactCheck section. Now that social media is omnipresent, it’s easy for fake news to spread quickly, which means we must all be mindful of what we post and share. Trust is a central component in any relationship and public relations plays a key role in building it.

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Wise words for the year

It’s that time of year again, when dictionary publishers announce their ‘word of the year’ – a term or expression that has attracted a great deal of interest over the last twelve months. It’s great to see that phrases related to sustainability are top of the news agenda and being spoken about frequently. As PR experts in the recycling sector, we are well aware of the power of language to influence, share ideas and communicate best practice.

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Championing raising the profile of the professional cleaning industry

The professional cleaning sector employs millions of people across Europe and there is a tremendous amount of great work being carried out, and high standards that have previously gone unseen. So how do we live up to the challenge of making sure the industry receives the recognition it rightly deserves, and raise the profile of the professional cleaning industry?

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Writer’s blog? We’re here to help!

Blogging is one of your most valuable marketing tools, helping to build trust, educate and raise brand awareness. But with so many blogs out there, how do you make yours stand out? There are some simple rules you can follow to get your content noticed, make it engaging, increase visitor numbers and get people returning for more.

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