2017 brings you Kin, our sister company, a modern recruitment agency challenging the norm to deliver better experiences and better outcomes. We don’t work on commission; we focus on our clients’ needs more than our own. Resulting in long-lasting relationships that create value based on trust, not just money.
We re-define, innovate, keep ahead. We seize collaborative technology and new trends. We lead by example as much as by ideas.
We welcome, support, engage. We display humility and focus on relationships. We are remembered for our positive experiences.
We are collaborative, holistic, all encompassing. We share our knowledge and embrace development. We are greater than the sum of our parts.
We trust, rely, support. We give each other the benefit of the doubt and don’t judge. We do what’s right even when no one is looking.
We aim high, crave more, drive business. We challenge constructively and add significant value to bottom lines. We are commercially savvy.
Mental Health Awareness week is 23-29 September this year. With so much of our lives affected by what happens at work, we’re excited to share our thoughts about supporting wellbeing in the workplace. In this post we describe how we recently refreshed our own Wellbeing Philosophy using Employee Centred Design.
For decades, employers have screened prospective employees with personality tests, aptitude tests and logic skills, trying to find that perfect fit for their team. And we’ve been debating the effectiveness of all these tests for just as long.
Having a human voice within your organisation is critical for strong culture but also for attracting top talent. This means being clear about your values and communicating them with intention so that your team can behave in ways that contribute to your success, without you having to remind them.
This is the first article in a series of 3 to be published over coming weeks, sharing my thoughts on how we can make the concept of ‘Employee Experience’ something that has meaning and value. If you’ve been thinking that it seems like it’s just a new wrapper on the same old ‘employee engagement chocolate bar,’ these are the articles for you!
There is increasing awareness amongst employers of the importance of employee experience (EX); seeing their organisation through the eyes of the employee. In this guide, we explore how inappropriate behaviours such as bullying and harassment affect employee experience.
“Humankind were independent and their process was really rigorous and robust, which really resonated with us. The feedback from the EX Awards programme was also great in identifying areas we could work on. I would recommend it to everyone.”
“Everyone in the team is mission-driven. Our users are part of the journey we go on, so when we win awards like this, they feel like they’ve played their part both internally and externally.”