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Winter has a huge impact on the mental health and wellbeing of British workers according to a new research reveals simple changes to the workplace are better at beating the January blues than traditional wellbeing benefits
No debate on employee engagement would be complete without considering what role reward, and more specifically pay, has on the relationship. Is how much you are paid a key engagement driver that motivates you to strive for organisational success, or simply a hygiene factor?
The psychological force of employee motivation will not only determine the direction of a person’s behaviour in an organisation, their effort and their persistence, but its impact on the business as a whole.
Inspiration can be difficult to find and since inspiration tends to go hand in hand with motivation, one can have a serious knock on effect on the other.
The upward momentum of chief executive pay and reward in the UK’s largest organisations has reached crisis point, the CIPD is warning.
When dealing with the complexities of myriad personalities from ground to board level, attempting to implement strategy and policies, championing initiatives, managing conflict and motivating employees, influence is surely the crème de la crème of skills; if people are HR’s resource then influence is the resource of HR’s. But achieving influence is a delicate tightrope walk of precision and accuracy, lean too much one way and you veer to coercion and manipulation, veer to the opposite side and weakness and inefficiency await.
Research reveals that employers still don’t fully understand what motivates younger employees.
The impact that employee engagement can have on a company’s bottom line is astonishing. Engaged2Perform have created an infographic to demonstrate the the importance and benefits of keeping your employees engaged – take a look:
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Employees whose innovation ideas were rejected once come back with more, according to research at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University. Dr Dirk Deichmann researched 1800 suggestions that were submitted through a company’s online suggestion box over a time span of 12 years. He found that rejecting an idea motivated people to come back with a…
Monster.co.uk has today revealed that more than half of employees (58 per cent) don’t get thanked enough at work, leaving most (54 per cent) feeling underappreciated and many (41 per cent) demotivated. This is despite many bosses (41 per cent) acknowledging that there are not enough thanks in their workplace and that most (75 per cent)…
Studies have consistently shown that when recognition is done right, on a regular basis through feedback from all of an employee’s peers, it produces healthier, happier employees that generate better output, deliver improved customer service and remain in their roles for longer periods of time. Yet, recognition in the workplace is lacking, with data revealing…
With much talk in the media that gender differences still exist in the workplace, cognitive neuroscientist and age diversity specialist, Dr Lynda Shaw, conducted detailed research to find out what some of these perceived gender differences in the workplace are in 2013. In the survey male respondents rated themselves as more ambitious than the female…