28–29 May 2020
As our lives rapidly change in the coming months, more than ever our employees need clear leadership and connectivity. Employee communication now plays a particularly critical role in the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic unfolding around us.
How will the COVID-19 crisis shape employee activism and CSR communications in the near future? What potential consequences could the crisis have for how the world tackles the climate crisis?
To track the different phases of communications strategy throughout the coronavirus outbreak, Hong Kong-based corporate affairs, communications and investor relations search firm Andrews Partnership has held a series of roundtables with communications practitioners from 30 different Asia Pacific organisations.
For internal communicators around the world, it is already clear that the COVID-19 epidemic is driving a fundamental shift toward remote working, and therefore toward organizations that are increasingly dependent on virtual…
The gross value of reputation in FTSE350 companies at the start of 2020 reached £941 billion, according to a new Reputation Dividend Report. This is down from previous years, impacted by Covid-19 and world trade uncertainty during the Brexit…
When Gary Jones, Marcia Kinter and Doreen Monteleone sat down for a dinner to plan a health & safety conference, little did they realise that this was beginning of the most comprehensive sustainability movement in the print industry.