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The place of anonymity in internal communications

Does anonymity ever have a productive role to play in your business? In an article by Josh Berin, he suggests one of the revolutionary and beneficial aspects of feedback and internal communication apps is their ability to allow employees to rate or offer improvements to their superiors without having to reveal their identity.

What should companies be prioritising right now?

Needless to say, companies are going through a lot of changes in 2020. Between sudden interruptions to work, transitions to work-from-home conditions, and in some cases the loss of business or employees, there has been a lot to adjust to. Those adjustments are continuing as more companies start to ramp up their activity, and this brings to mind a crucial question: What should companies be prioritising in the present conditions?

Employee engagement in new staff? Improve your onboarding process

Those formative early days in a new company are vitally important for building a long-lasting relationship with your employees. Employee engagement starts to grow (or fade) from day one, so making the right impression is key to driving long-term loyalty and job satisfaction.

How to build employee engagement via feedback in Microsoft Teams

Communicating via Teams has proven vital for our business during lockdown, and we know the same is true for many of you, with over 80 million downloads of Teams already this year. And with a great system for communication comes a great opportunity for improving employee engagement even in the face of the new ‘Big-C’. This article discusses how Teams can help you maintain an engaging, feedback-driven workplace culture in your organisation.

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Permission in principle – growth, renewal, protect

The biggest shake up of the planning system since 1947 continues apace with the announcement, on 2 August, of government plans to create an automatic green light for development within specifically designated areas of the country.

Setting aside company transactions involving Jersey, Guernsey and BVI companies

Financial pressure can change perspectives on transactions – whether through the lens of an insolvent winding up, in the context of a counterparty or related interested party exploring ways in which they might unravel a transaction, or a new board considering whether a company can extricate itself from contractual arrangements that appear to have been subject to a conflict of interest or which were for an improper purpose.


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