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Employees and their work determine the direction and success of a business. It makes sense for that reason to then set aside resources to ensure that employees feel committed to their work and continue to feel so. It is important to understand how to drive engagement through consistent attention to development of employees. Measurement of […]

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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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 You don’t know who they are If you’ve ever stayed more than one day in hospital you’ll know that you can feel isolated, disconnected and uncertain. People in uniforms and white coats are bustling about. There is a hum of activity, and there is a purpose to the medical staff. But that doesn’t make you […]

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The idea of an engagement mix has been buzzing around my mind for a few months now. It was brought to mind again, recently, as I wrote the event review of the Future of Engagement event and noticed that Professor Paul Sparrow also talked about organisations creating their own engagement recipe. Throw in the fact […]

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Can you have employee engagement without wellbeing, or are the two inextricably linked, even symbiotic? This question should be important to anyone interested in creating the right environment for success – one in which employees are motivated and productive. A recent HR Zone article quoted Engage for Success Wellbeing subgroup chair Wendy Cartwright ahead of the […]

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