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Jago Joins Powered By Talent Panel to Discuss The Power of Communications

We are delighted to announce that Jago will be taking part in this year’s Powered by Talent Conference. Hosted by Abacus Talent Group, the event will be the largest talent and engagement conference hosted in Northern Ireland at the International Conference Centre, Belfast.

On Wednesday 22nd May, Powered by Talent will unite businesses from the professional services sector to highlight best practice in the attraction, development and retention of a company’s main asset; its people. Our Managing Director, Shona Jago-Curtis, will be discussing the power of communications within organisations. She will be sharing her expert advice on how to harness communications to attract, retain, motivate and engage talent within your team.

At Jago, we believe that effective and continuous communication should be at the heart of every organisation; a powerful tool when utilised to strengthen employer brand. With local unemployment rates at a record low this year, less than the UK, Republic of Ireland and the EU, we believe that having a strong employer brand is pivotal to business success.

The benefits for organisations investing in their employer brand are significant. With increased competitiveness in the job sector, it can really showcase your company’s culture and win the war for talent through attracting the strongest caliber of candidates. Your business is only as good as the people within it, making employee retention and motivation key to success.

As Richard Branson, Founder of The Virgin Group stated, “Train people well enough so they can leave, treat them well enough so they don’t want to”. Investing in your employees is invaluable; as your employee’s flourish, so does your business, through increased productivity and innovation.

If you are interested in understanding how to grow your employer brand through communication, join us at our discussion at the Powered By Talent conference from 11.30am to 12 noon on Wednesday 22nd May.

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