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Celebrating the First Engage for Success MK Conference
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From food selection to invitation circulation, material preparation to speaker organisation. A flurry of preparation preceded Tuesday’s Engage for Success Conference in Milton Keynes. But it was worth the wait. From organisation and work engagement to engaging managers Kickstarting the 50+ strong conference, Dr Clare Kelliher from Cranfield School of Management enlightened us into their […]

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Case Study: North West Firm Champions Workplace Health Initiative
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Businesses interested in implementing workplace wellbeing initiatives might want to look to the North West for inspiration. Starkey, a world leader in manufacturing and delivering advanced hearing solutions, has adopted a digital workplace health programme it believes will help staff to become healthier, happier and ultimately more productive. Based in Stockport, Starkey has adopted a […]

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Identifying The Level Of Engagement In Your Firm
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Globally, just 13% of employees are engaged at work. A Gallup poll; found that 41% of UK employees say they don’t feel they are in sync with their organisation’s goals. Engaged workers are an asset to your business. They work harder, have a greater sense of loyalty, are more willing to be team players and […]

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Why Focusing On Health And Wellbeing In The Workplace Makes Business Sense
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When it comes to businesses that are aiming for sustainability and success, health and wellness is not often a particularly important focus for those in management who are driving the growth of the company, but it should be. According to a poll by Mind, a mental health charity in the UK, the most stressful thoughts […]

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Improve Your Wellbeing, Simply Walk, Says peoplevalue
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It’ll improve your mood, ease stress, and helps fight off dementia and cancer Quite a tall order for something as simple and basic as going for a walk, but the list of benefits doesn’t stop there. In fact, experts agree, walking is extremely good for you, it is a low impact physical exercise that most […]

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Why You May Want a Pet-Friendly Workplace
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Wagging in the workplace: Benefits of pets at work Over the past two decades, pet ownership has been on a consistent upward trend. In fact more than two thirds of all U.S. households have pets, which equates to a whopping 84.6 million households. But at the same time, a whole lot of us work 40 […]

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Secondment Opportunities – 2019
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Engage for Success (EfS) is pleased to offer the following five secondments which can be on a full- or part-time basis (minimum six-month term). Each placement offers huge scope for personal development and the opportunity to bring invaluable new insights and skills back to the secondees’ employer. EfS works with private industry, the public sector […]

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Workplace Health & Safety – Why Listening to Your Employees Is So Important
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After a fire at London’s residential Grenfell Tower in June 2017 cost more than 70 lives, health and safety in the workplace has been getting the attention it deserves. The incident sparked a fierce public discussion about how tragedies like this can happen and urged many firms and executives to rethink their safety strategy. Backed […]

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Strategies for Creating a Positive and Productive Work Environment
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iThere are a few factors that lead a lack of productivity in the workplace, and one of the leading causes is a work environment that is negative and stifles creativity. So you need to look at creating a workspace that will give your employees a comfortable place where they can be productive and enthusiastic about […]

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Voluntary Benefits Boost Employee Engagement – If You Communicate Effectively, Says peoplevalue
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It’s no good providing valuable benefits if your staff don’t know about them! The old adage, you can lead a horse to water but you can’t force it to drink, may resonate with some when it comes to Voluntary Benefits and in particular, discount schemes. However, I would take issue with that.  As with almost […]

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