Shalagh Fredericks

Posts by Shalagh Fredericks for Blogs:

How O&L Boosts Employee Engagement with Great Place to Work Certification 

Find out how one Super Large workplace boosts their employee engagement scores through sustaining their Great Place to Work-Certified™ status.


The Power of Strong Employer Branding in Recruitment Strategy

See how top-performing UK organisations are using their culture and employer brand to attract and retain top talent.


Start Strong: 5 Ways to Give Your Culture a Competitive Advantage in 2021

Leading with empathy and prioritising trust and wellbeing are key HR trends for 2021. Share these 5 resources with your team and middle managers to start the new year strong.


Better Together: Inside Our Culture at GPTW UK

Like many of our clients and Best Workplaces™, our GPTW UK family has been working hard to sustain and continuously improve our great workplace culture – especially in a year when we were mostly...


4 Ways to Support Employees' Wellbeing

As a 2020 UK’s Best Workplace™  in Tech and recipient of Excellence in Wellbeing recognition, Acquia is an outstanding example of a company that cares.


Outstanding Tech Company Cultures That Will Get You Inspired

See how the UK’s Best Workplaces™ in Tech differentiate from the rest in driving innovation, productivity and a great employee experience for all – even amidst a global crisis.


5 Reasons Why Care-Based Leadership Was So Important During COVID-19

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Why Europe’s Best Workplaces™ Are the Best Companies to Work for Right Now

This year’s Europe’s Best Workplaces™ report is unlike any other. Throughout 2020, Best Workplaces™ have had to adapt quickly to various challenges during the crisis. Their greatest perhaps, is being...


Women at Work: Cultivating a More Gender-Inclusive Workplace

Many of us acknowledge the need to create a more inclusive and representative environment, but don’t always know where to begin. Here are a few ways in which the UK’s Best Workplaces and Best...


Equality: A Guide to the Discussion You Are Scared to Have Right Now

I’m sure you realise it already: we need to talk about diversity.