Esther Smith defines employee engagement as the ‘emotional commitment the employee has to its organisation and its goals’. As engagement manager at UK Power Networks, Esther discusses what contributes to an effective engagement strategy.
Category: Employee Engagement 2017
Raj Pragji, HR director at the QEII centre, discusses the concept of the companies ‘Transforming
Together’ change management programme, which allows staff at all levels to contribute.
Katie Hryschko, from the British Business Bank, discusses how the businesses organisational values promote collaborative working within the company and improve employee engagement.
Heather Morgan, Director of People and Planning at Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity
says small changes can add up to a big difference when engaging employees with a cause on their doorstep.
Employee benefits are proven to show positive results, primarily in the visible signs of heightened work ethic and rise in promotion of positive culture. Anthony Bennett discusses how showing appreciation and involving your employees can help to promote these results.
Professor Hlupic has been voted one of the Most Influential HR Thinkers in the world for two years in a row. Here she discusses how organisations with the most effective employee engagement strategies can raise performance and involvement across the organisation.
What makes you get up and go to work each day? A monthly paycheck, interesting work, a good boss and strong relationships with colleagues all get us out of bed and into the office. But the physical environment we work in has an increasingly important role to play in keeping us engaged when we get there.
Adidas won Britain’s Healthiest Workplace Award for the fourth year in a row last year. Joe Quick, Internal Communications Manager, discusses what makes adidas employee engagement strategy so successful.
Active believe that creating an environment where everyone is valued, trusted, rewarded and
empowered can go to great lengths to combatting the ‘transient’ worker. Angela Love discusses whether approaches to employee engagement are already outdated.
Niall Ryan-Jones is Head of Employee Experience at Harrods, who recently won awards as a top employer 2017 by both the Top Employers Institute and Glassdoor. Here Niall discusses engagement and its broader meanings.
Employee engagement is not just about sending an annual survey to your staff. Here Karen Notaro discusses why it is vitally important to expand your horizons when it comes to engagement at work.
Will the apprenticeship levy contribute positively towards employee engagement? David Willett from the Open University discusses how retention, productivity and cost effciences are just some of the benefits included with apprenticeships in the workplace.
Ruth Penfold is a well known figure in the HR industry and has spent her last few years leading talent
acquisition at popular media tech firm Shazam. Here she discusses the important factors of successful employee engagement.
Cathy Brown, Director at Engage for Success, discusses the four factors that are present in high performing organisations with highly engaged employees.
npower discuss how online engagement tools, peer driven engagement and enhanced engagement and
data capture has all positively contributed to their graduate engagement strategy.