A deep dive into the economy of connection

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By Anthony Wolny | 9th January 2022 | 1 min read

Getting connected is about bringing together the most valuable assets in your business: people.

By building company-wide connections, you can inspire employees, streamline operations and boost commercial success.

So, whether you’re working in a dedicated team or flying solo – as an HR professional, you’re an essential part of creating a connected business.

But whatever your business size, actually putting strategies into place is easier said than done.

So how can HR teams foster connection? Does hybrid working throw a spanner in the works? And how important is technology?

We spoke to corporate governance and reward management specialist Professor Stephen J. Perkins to get his expert insights on the topic.

Thanks to Stephen’s wealth of knowledge gleaned from years of industry experience, he pinpointed areas that HR should focus on and offered advice around the best ways to approach building a company-wide connection.

What exactly does Professor Stephen J. Perkins advise?

The best HR leaders should refine their capability to understand where people are coming from, and how communication can resonate with the workforce.” - Professor Stephen J. Perkins, Chartered FCIPD CMgr FCMI, Emeritus Professor, London Metropolitan University

Whitepaper: a deep dive into the economy of connection

Covering the importance of nailing both onboarding and payroll, our new whitepaper takes a deep dive into the challenges HR teams come up against and how to overcome them.

Plus, the whitepaper discusses the role technology plays, highlighting where HR can make simple changes to win over employees and reduce turnover.

Download now and explore the fundamental role of HR in building a connected workplace.