Interesting reading

  • Engagement in the Hybrid Era

    Like the marginal gains theory, if you can catch the small issues early and take action, this can stop escalation and lead to significant and noticeable improvements in morale.

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  • Getting rid of the fear factor at work has never been more important.

    The expression "psychological safety" isn't something everyone's talking about, yet - but HR professionals are increasingly in tune with it, and it's starting to filter into everyday thinking this winter as we contend with what can often feel like a growing list of issues.

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  • What are the latest innovations in facilities service provision?

    Edinburgh-based not-for-profit recruitment agency AAI EmployAbility has partnered with employee engagement and wellbeing company Trickle to offer its feedback app to clients seeking to improve their team’s diversity, equity and inclusion.

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  • Edinburgh tech start-up signs partnership with international IT giant CGI

    Trickle, the Edinburgh-headquartered employee engagement and wellbeing tool, has agreed a game-changing partnership with one of the world's biggest IT and business consulting service firms, CGI.

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  • Employee Engagement App Trickle Gets New COO Appointment

    Trickle, an employee-engagement app developer, has announced Amanda Kerley as Chief Operating Officer.

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  • Harness the positive power of the new employee activism

    Just ask Brewdog or Ted Baker, both well-known consumer brands who made headlines when former employees decided to speak up publicly, in numbers, against the negative culture and way they were treated by those organisations.

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  • An 'App' a Day to Keep The Doctor OK

    A collaboration between Trickle and a team of researchers led by the University of Aberdeen has produced a new wellbeing feature called 'How Was Your Day'. Its purpose is to improve the wellbeing of NHS frontline workers and to help them cope with the pressures of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

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  • Trickle Named Tech Nation's Rising Stars 3.0 Regional Winner

    Trickle has been named one of the five early-stage Scottish tech companies selected to represent Scotland in Tech Nation's prestigious Rising Stars 3.0 competition, a major event designed to showcase the UK's top tech talent.

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  • The Three 'Isms' Costing Your Business Money

    Absenteeism, Presenteeism and Leaveism are three of the major indicators of the overall health and productivity of a workforce. If the causes behind the three 'isms' are not address, it can have serious consequences for your organisation's business success. See our latest contribution to Open Access Government for insights on how to a

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  • How to do Business in The New Economy

    Amiqus interviews Paul Reid CEO at Trickle, Sorcha Lorimer founder of Trace, and Colin Hewit CEO at Float about what gives their work purpose and keeps their teams happy.a

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  • Employee Wellbeing: Businesses Must Be Proactive Not Reactive

    Trickle's article on how to support and boost employee wellbeing and help businesses thrive during the pandemic was recently featured in Open Access Government, a digital publication that provides in-depth perspective on key public policy areas from across the globe.

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  • Trickle CEO Paul Reid Interviewed in The Scotsman

    Trickle CEO Paul Reid speaks to The Scotsman about the roll out of Trickle to a number of NHS regional boards in Scotland – including NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and NHS Forth Valley.

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