“You must be able to move internal talent around, to switch roles between people.”
As the saying goes, “you don’t get a pig fat by weighing it.” The same applies to employee engagement; running an engagement survey won’t, on its own, do anything to increase engagement levels. It’s what you do (or don’t do) with the results that will affect employee engagement.
If you work in HR, the annual employee survey is probably your responsibility. Scores may be high, low or middling. They may vary from unit to unit. But what are they actually telling you? Is the act of gathering the stats helping the business, or the employees or both? Or even – heretical thought –…
Today sees the launch of the eagerly anticipated Cubiks Leadership 360, a tool that has been developed to provide leaders with a framework to identify their strengths and development needs and will help them reach their full potential. Cubiks is an international assessment and development consultancy that designs and delivers robust products and services for…
A new study by the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS) examining the ways in which the UK can tackle the ‘productivity puzzle’ has been welcomed by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES).
New research shows that the cost of disengaged employees is having a major impact on the performance of businesses as they strive to recover from acute economic challenges of recent years.