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New Quarterly Satisfaction Index Benchmarks UK Employee Engagement: London, UK – 4th July 2017 – Qualtrics, the leader in experience management software, today announced that two-thirds of U.K. workers are currently satisfied in their jobs and 13% say they are ‘extremely satisfied’, according to the Qualtrics Pulse – a new 2017 benchmark of how engaged […]

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The “Management Competencies For Enhancing Employee Engagement” research report is designed to identify the specific management behaviours that line managers need to show for enhancing employee engagement in the workplace. The research also lead to the creation of practical guidance to help organisations develop the core management skills that underpin enhanced employee engagement and sustainable […]

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Your Employee Survey: When Positive Can Be Negative
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The way you report your organisation’s employee engagement survey results is as important as the survey itself, according to research from Engage for Success published this week. The report warns of the risk of stifling the employee voice through percentage positive reporting. The infographic [below], created by Headlines – the Internal Communications Agency to accompany […]

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Listening to staff and acting on their feedback is central to driving engagement. However, successfully planning and carrying out a feedback initiative can be difficult, complex and time-consuming, particularly in larger organisations. And then you need to have the right processes in place to analyse and act on the results that you receive in a […]

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Recent coverage in the general and HR media has reported some high-profile decisions to abandon or replace the traditional performance review. The Future Work Centre wanted to understand whether these decisions were actually underpinned by evidence and data, or whether organisations might be engaging in an HR-related fad. They undertook a review of the academic evidence and […]

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There are lots of new and exciting conversations happening about character and strengths. What everyone agrees upon is that strengths matter. We hope you enjoy, comment upon and share, the short video below, which acts as a conversation prompt on some of the key themes around this topic. Strengths at Work Whilst we are agnostic […]

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The wellbeing subgroup was launched in August 2013 to build on the paper “Why wellbeing matters: Sustaining Employee Engagement & Wellbeing”. Chaired by Wendy Cartwright, former HRD for the Olympic Delivery Authority, the group sought to build upon the great work already taking place and provide a “wellbeing, nailing the evidence” whitepaper. Please access the whitepaper […]

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Do you want to embed employee engagement in the heart of your business? Then why not explore giving employees a chance to have a stake in the success of your business alongside the voice you have given them through employee engagement? This is what many call employee ownership. In March 2013 Nick Clegg, Deputy Prime […]

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