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The onboarding period* – the time between a candidate accepting a job offer and starting a new role – is arguably the most important time in the employee lifecycle. But onboarding is often overlooked by businesses. Is your HR team actually on top of your onboarding process? What are your onboarding priorities? We want to find out. As a thank you for completing this survey, in partnership with webonboarding, we will enter you into a prize draw to win a £100 Amazon voucher.  
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It can be a daunting challenge to consistently deliver improved people metrics. But encouraging your staff to be engaged, productive and innovative doesn’t always require a generous budget; you just need to get creative with your Employee Value Proposition.

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    Debra Corey Group Reward Director, Reward Gateway
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    Glenn Grayson Internal Communications and Engagement Partner, Missguided
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    Kieran Duhra-Grundy Director- Human Capital , Human in HR
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It can be difficult to reach and identify informed candidates, as their research into prospective employers – through company websites, LinkedIn, workplace review sites, and the national press – make them more discerning in their applications

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    Katrina Collier Founder & Social Recruiting Trainer, The Searchologist
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    David Whitby UK Country Manager, Glassdoor
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    Chris Preston Founder & Director, The Culture Builders
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In an effort to get the most out of their employees, many forward-thinking companies have started adopting alternatives to the standard annual appraisal. One such option is continuous feedback. Tune in to this webinar to hear three experts in continuous feedback give their perspective on this management technique.

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    Martyn Dicker Director of Human Resources, The Prince's Trust
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    Jo Moore The Culture Builders
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    Morné Swart Vice President, Global Product Strategy & Transformational Leader, SumTotal Systems
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Evidence shows that greater diversity is good for employees and good for business. But nearly one in four HR professionals we surveyed said that diversity in their organisation "could be better", with senior-buy in a particular issue. Tune into this webinar to learn how to ensure you're taking inclusion seriously, and acting on it.

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    Cathryn Newbery Multi-channel Editor, People Management
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    Danny Kalman Talent Management Consultant and Executive Coach
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    Laura Popazzi Diversity & Talent Development Manager, Southbank Centre
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