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We’ve spoken before about the way in which, as employers, our approach to diversity in the workplace can sometimes be misguided – treating it as a box-ticking exercise, rather than genuinely looking at whether all of our people feel safe, valued and that they belong. These are all crucial components of a positive working culture, […]

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People like to work with people like this The benefits of an inclusive and diverse workforce are increasingly spoken about – especially if you are a regular follower of our ramblings. The majority of the time we talk about retention – looking after the people you have already got. If you haven’t got to be […]

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Are you in the culture club?

Sam Wilson  |  June 4, 2019

A positive working culture might be the most powerful tool at any organisation’s disposal. With its people on-side, happy and safe, a business can flourish and thrive – with culture proven to boost practically every performance metric. On the other hand, a toxic or poor culture will not only hamper growth and performance – it […]

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Think about the bigger purchases you made recently, how much information did you need before you were willing to part with your hard-earned money? What if that information hadn’t been available to you, would you still have made that purchase? Increasingly, we’re seeing job seeking behaviour mirror consumer behaviour and, as a result, brands need […]

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For anyone who has already spent any time on thisisMVMNT.com, you’ll have noticed that we divide our offering into two strands ‘Inclusion and Diversity’ and ‘Employer Brand’. Whilst these are undoubtedly two separate offerings, the two are forever entwined in our minds. And, like so many great duos that have come before, ham & cheese, […]

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How my MVMNT began

Miles Skelton  |  February 26, 2019

Today sees the launch of my new company, MVMNT. We’re going to help organisations of all sizes become more inclusive, enjoying the rewards this will bring – and sell themselves better to a more diverse candidate pool. I feel like I’ve been building up to this for a long while now and I’d like to […]

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