Employee engagement

Employee engagement is vital because how employees behave will have an impact on the employer’s success. Employers should take steps to harness the creativity, commitment, passion, capability and energy of their workforce.

A typical way to measure employee engagement is to conduct a staff engagement survey, which can provide organisations with employee feedback to help them to identify where they are maximising employee potential and where attention is needed to improve staff motivation, productivity and retention.

Employees can feel overwhelmed by too many changes, so how you present them is hugely important

Behavioural science and employee engagement: Is HR doing enough?

Behavioural science and its role in the workplace is becoming better understood all the time. Dominic Wylie looks at some...


Employee segmentation: the commercial opportunity for reward

2 May 2017

Does your organisation take a one-size-fits-all approach to reward? Benjamin Viney looks at how businesses are using data to tailor...

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Personnel Today Awards 2017 open for entries

29 Mar 2017

Is your HR team at the heart of your organisation? Are you getting the recognition you deserve? Your opportunity to...

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Sir Ken Robinson addresses delegates at HR Tech World Congress, Excel, LondonPhoto: HRN

Sir Ken Robinson: HR’s mission is to drive culture of innovation

21 Mar 2017

HR’s mission is to understand where talent lies in the organisation and cultivate the conditions in which it can thrive,...

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Why should we bother about meaningful work?

2 Feb 2017

Much has been researched and written about employees’ desire to find meaning in their work. But enforcing meaning, or misunderstanding...

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How to make new performance management models work

12 Dec 2016

New research shows a shift away from traditional performance management processes towards more a more agile, dialogue-based approach, so how...

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Expedia retains top spot as best place to work in Glassdoor’s Employee Choice Awards

8 Dec 2016

Expedia has been announced as the best place to work in 2017 as part of Glassdoor’s Employees’ Choice Awards for...

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RHP Group collect their trophy from Tom O'Byrne, CEO of Great Place to Work

RHP takes home 2016 Award for Employee Engagement

22 Nov 2016

RHP Group won the 2016 Personnel Today Award for Employee Engagement, sponsored by Great Place to Work, at a glittering...

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Corporate sports events boost employee engagement and wellbeing

4 Nov 2016

Organisations including Royal Bank of Scotland and Dixons Carphone are using corporate sports events to improve health and wellbeing, as...

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Delegates at the HR Tech World Congress in Paris, where the research was presented

Research highlights realities of HR transformation

1 Nov 2016

Business agility has emerged as a key driver in the technology transformation of HR according to research among senior HR...

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Understand how the brain works to support employees

18 Oct 2016

How can advancements in neuroscience help us understand what drives employees and assist them to deal with change? Personnel Today...

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Putting people at the centre of a digital world

10 Oct 2016

PROMOTED | We are living through the digital equivalent of the industrial revolution. What the exact impact of this will...

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Why employers need a better understanding of what fulfils their workforce

6 Oct 2016

Today LinkedIn reveals the results of its Work Satisfaction Survey. It shows a huge disparity between what employers thinks motivates...

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On your bike: Office facilities for the 21st century commute

14 Sep 2016

With rail fares set to increase and the continued threat of strikes, how should employers support staff to try out...

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Employees happier in a multi-generational workplace, says McDonald’s

23 Aug 2016

Research by McDonald’s in the UK has revealed that people working in a multi-generational environment tend to be 10% happier....

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