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Instant: Your office. Our Business Instant was founded in 1999 to ‘bring the fragmented serviced office market into one online market place’. Since then the company has grown rapidly both within the UK and internationally with revenues in 2012 forecast to exceed £26 million. Much of this growth has been down to the highly engaged […]

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Ella’s Kitchen: Good in every sense Ella’s Kitchen was founded in 2006 and produces organic baby and toddler food. Turnover has doubled every year since, with revenues achieving £41 million in 2012. The company has a presence in twelve international markets and opened a second office in the USA in 2011. The company now employs […]

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The following case study was provided as part of the evidence for the effectiveness of employee engagement strategies in improving performance, productivity and, in the private sector profitability.  It has been used cumulatively with other submissions compiled by many leading companies and organisations to leave little room for doubt about the statistical importance of engaging employees. This particular case […]

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 The following case study was provided as part of the evidence for the effectiveness of employee engagement strategies in improving performance, productivity and, in the private sector profitability.  It has been used cumulatively with other submissions compiled by many leading companies and organisations to leave little room for doubt about the statistical importance of engaging employees. This particular case […]

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  The following case study was provided as part of the evidence for the effectiveness of employee engagement strategies in improving performance, productivity and, in the private sector profitability.  It has been used cumulatively with other submissions compiled by many leading companies and organisations to leave little room for doubt about the statistical importance of engaging employees. This particular […]

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  The following case study was provided as part of the evidence for the effectiveness of employee engagement strategies in improving performance, productivity and, in the private sector profitability.  It has been used cumulatively with other submissions compiled by many leading companies and organisations to leave little room for doubt about the statistical importance of engaging employees. This particular […]

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  The following case study was provided as part of the evidence for the effectiveness of employee engagement strategies in improving performance, productivity and, in the private sector profitability.  It has been used cumulatively with other submissions compiled by many leading companies and organisations to leave little room for doubt about the statistical importance of engaging employees. This particular […]

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LEAD is a leadership development programme, designed for SME leaders and owners.  Its aim is to support this important sector of the UK economy with a training intervention and it is claiming to be having some great results in improving business performance through enhanced leadership competence and employee engagement.  Read about  how Lancaster University have […]

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