21. January 2013 17:09
This post argues that managers and HRDs have different needs when it comes to monitoring and managing employee engagement [More]
26. June 2012 21:47
Paul (not his real name), is a senior line manager for a Global engineering company. He had a simple question: "Why doesn't our annual engagement survey help us to understand how our people are feeling out there?"
"The Survey Reports always tells us the same story ... the Company is a great place t... [More]
23. February 2012 21:15
We all know that communication in the workplace is one of the more difficult organisational practices to get right. At Employee Feedback, we have found that where there is a low score on communication items it often follows that there is a low engagement score too. We are also aware that communicating with employees is not enough on its own. Factors such as the medium used, the quality and quantity of communication and ensuing there is enough opportunity for two-way communication also needs to be taken into consideration. [More]
22. February 2012 18:15
In the HR business, we tend to focus on engagement, how it's created and maintained. Why wouldn't we?
Well, perhaps we should think more about dis-engagement. Why - because we know that engagement lies at one end of a road which leads back to alienation and burnout. This was demonstrated some years... [More]
13. February 2012 22:03
It's not much talked about by HR professionals, but 'Job Crafting' represents a practical way to increase employee engagement. In a very recent article, http://bit.ly/zcYQuy, Tims, Bakker and Derks describe their own research that confirms that Job Crafting "... correlate(s) positively&nbs... [More]