The Gatehouse Blog: Hard-to-reach employees

Getting mobile and unwired colleagues connected

Head of Internal Communications Zoe Chiverton describes her approach to launching the first employee self-service benefits portal to a largely remote audience at the Priory Group. The Priory Group is a behavioural healthcare company dealing with mental health and addiction. We’ve got 20,000 employees spread across 400 sites in the UK. I joined two years […]

Making Britvic Employees feel valued – Simplifying a complex reward system

Quite often in large companies, employees don’t know the total value of their employment package. Properly outlining and breaking it down can be a real driver of employee engagement. Harveen Gill, Reward Advisor at Britvic, explains how they created an individualised, engaging and easy to understand reward statement.  The challenges We offer employees a very […]

Phone blogging at Carlsberg UK

The following is an extract from the Journal of Internal Communication. See if you qualify for a free industry subscription at www.internal-communication.com/joic.  Head of Internal Communication Richard Baker explains how phone blogging enables conversations at Carlsberg UK. Carlsberg UK is part of the Carlsberg Group, the fourth largest brewer in the world and home to […]

Rising to the challenge of a technical change initiative

The following is an extract from the Journal of Internal Communication. See if you qualify for a free industry subscription at www.internal-communication.com/joic.  Communications and Engagement Manager Kay Callaghan discusses the challenges of communicating a technical change programme at Network Rail. Network Rail is responsible for the UK’s railway network. We run, maintain and develop Britain’s […]