Employee Engagement 2017 Special Edition

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We’ve included thought leadership pieces from a range of different companies. from large corporate businesses to SME businesses, to charitable organisations and government bodies.

The issue includes analysis from Amy Armstrong from Hult Business School, who will be chairing at our leading conference on Employee Engagement in March; as well as expert commentary from others speakers at the event including Cathy Brown from Engage for Success, Fiona Sweeting from Northern Gas and Karen Notaro from the Civil Service.

Readers of this special edition will receive a one-off discount code towards the price of attending the conference, which you can find on our programme insert within the magazine.

The edition is sponsored by leading Employee Feedback, Engagement and Insight technologists Questback as well as Tastecard and the Gourmet Society, who provide food and beverage discount cards to businesses to enhance their employee engagement strategies.


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Special edition content

Links will appear on this page to all of the feature content related to our Employee Engagement focus this week as they are published, with at least two features published on the site each day, in addition to a range of other early careers news, opinion and analysis. Of course, you can get all of those features straight away by downloading the special edition PDF.


Amy Armstrong: What's wrong with engagement?

Luke Talbot: Moving from tactical to foresight–driven employee insight


Fiona Sweeting: Placing ‘internal customers’ at centre stage

Cathy Brown: The four enablers of employee engagement


Ruth Penfold: That time I realised that change is the only constant

Karen Notaro: The importance of being honest

Chloe Marsh: RHP's rules of engagement


Niall Ryan Jones: Employee and Customer Engagement – two sides of the same coin

Heather Morgan: From good to great.. engaging charity employees with their cause

Katie Hryschko: A values-based approach to employee engagement


Esther Smith: Employee Engagement – a good place to start

Professor Vlatka Hlupic: Employee engagement – what should leaders (not) do?

Joe Quick: Create Moments That Matter

The Employee Engagement Week Poll

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Special offer for HRreview readers

Save £50 on the leading event for early careers professionals 

HRreview is a media partner of Symposium Events' highly regarded Employee Engagement conferenceThe 2017 conference is not far off - on 23 March at the Holiday Inn Kensington. Full details of the conference can be found here.

As a media partner for the conference, HRreview has a special offer available exclusively for readers.

Simply make a booking for the conference and enter the voucher code "Engage2017" or quote this code when booking by telephone (020 7231 5100), to save £50 off the conference price.


Next Special Edition

Our next special edition and focus week runs in March, when we will be looking at Health at Work.

For more information on our special editions, including scheduling, contributing, advertising and sponsorship, please contact the editorial team at [email protected] or Peter Makin from our client relations team at [email protected]