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Could you be one of our Bright Spot employers?

  Have you overcome particular obstacles or made changes at your organisation to introduce flexible working to some or all of your colleagues?   Would you be happy for us to come and visit you in the workplace to find out how you make flexible working work?   And are you willing to share your…

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Unveiling Stop MS: a proud moment

Yesterday the MS Society publicly launched its Stop MS Appeal: an immensely ambitious campaign to raise £100m to find treatments for everyone with multiple sclerosis. It’s the biggest campaign the charity has ever attempted – and the most important. The goal is nothing short of stopping the condition in its tracks, so that one day…

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EAST: The four things you need to know about behavioural insights

How do you design a behaviour change campaign that is actually going to change behaviour?   If I told you that I’d have to kill you.   Just kidding. At Claremont, when it comes to behavioural frameworks, we don’t believe in re-inventing the wheel. But we DO believe in learning from the best, and underpinning everything we…

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Claremont heads to Flexpo

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  We’re thrilled to be joining Sir Robert McAlpine at this year’s Flexpo Digital, where we’ll be  discussing our new research report developed for Anna Whitehouse’s iconic Flex Appeal campaign: Forever Flex: flexible working beyond a crisis. The event on 4th November champions the importance of flexible working for all – something all of us…

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Campaign of the month – Veganuary

  Last month 400,000 took part in Veganuary, an impressive 60% increase since the previous January.   I recall being a vegetarian in the 1990s when many people considered a meat-free diet to be faddy and unsustainable. For many back then, the notion of attempting to have an entirely plant-based diet would have seemed impossible….

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Campaign of the month: Pass It On

  In the behaviour change world, passing new legislation to change a default is the equivalent of pressing the nuclear button.   But sometimes it’s the right answer – and so this spring, England will follow the path laid by Wales in 2015 and assume consent for organ donation unless people actively opt out. Scotland…

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