Employee recognition has a huge impact on workplace culture. It not only affects how employees feel about the business, but also about themselves and others they work with. Rewarding and recognising employees can help to create a positive bond between an employee and the business. The result is a more engaged and productive workforce.
15th October 2018
If you are investing time and resources in improving employee engagement within your business then you will want to measure the success of your initiatives. But how do you measure something as intangible as engagement? How do you assess the impact of your engagement initiatives in order to modify, grow and develop further initiatives accordingly?
4th July 2018
Engaged employees deliver on performance goals and are willing to go the extra mile for their employer. However, all the research tells us that many employers struggle with levels of employee engagement within their business. This is especially true among younger generations. If your organisation is in need of cultural change when it comes to engagement, these are some of the key drivers.
17th May 2018
There are multiple factors that can have an impact on employee engagement within a business. Some of the variations you may see in employee engagement are not simply down to how successful your engagement strategy is, or how well it's being implemented by line managers. Quite often these variations can be a result of demographic factors, such as age and length of service.
2nd May 2018
Employee engagement provides a firm foundation for achieving goals, improving performance and creating a positive work culture. However, defining "engagement" presents something of a challenge, as there are often inconsistencies in the way it is described and tested. So how do you identify what employee engagement really consists of and what exactly it can be channelled to achieve?
10th April 2018