- Briefing May 2017: Shared visions
Resource - 09/05/2017 : Allen & Overy, artificial intelligence, Browne Jacobson, business transformation, communication, cost control, diversity and inclusion, email, employee engagement, facebook, highq, Howard Kennedy, internal collaboration, intranet, itelligence, kks, knowledge management, leasing, legal spend management, mindfulness, mishcon de reya, office layouts, portals, pwc, reed smith, SAP, shoosmiths, thomson reuters legal tracker, travers smith, Human Resources, Knowledge Management, Marketing & BD, Risk & Compliance, Technology
Firms are investing in more open, inclusive and efficient collaboration channels, but can they manage a culture to match?
- Chat to your insurance company on Facebook Messenger? That's what AXA's clients do
AXA is a French multinational insurance firm headquartered in Paris that engages in global insurance, investment management, and other financial services. In order to better engage with digitally-savvy 20 somethings, the French insurance...
- Professional online profiles used by staff to further careers
Almost half (46%) of UK adults think that having a professional online profile is important when trying to secure a new job, according to a study by online network LinkedIn and Opinium Research.
Nearly a third of UK professionals (29%) now...
- Concern over Facebook recruiting doesn't stop grad recruiters doing it
Graduate recruiters 'lack policy on Facebook use', but two in five have rejected candidates after consulting social media.
Three-quarters of graduate recruiters are concerned that accessing candidate information available through Facebook...
- Freshfields launches its own Facebook site
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer is embracing the technological age, launching a social networking site as a virtual means of keeping hold of employees and alumni.
The Freshfields Network portal went live at the end of last month as part of...
- Social club
With an expanding list of social networking sites offering contact-building opportunities, where should law firms focus their fire to build their client base and attract new talent? Larry Bodine reviews the main players