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.


Performance management to fit the modern workplace (webinar)

Wednesday 7 November 2018 | Many organisations are acutely aware that their current performance management process is not fit for purpose.

Personnel Today Awards 2018 shortlist: Employee Engagement Award

31 Oct 2018

Which are the organisations unlocking the extra mile from employees? The shortlist for our Employee Engagement Award showcases teams with...

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Personnel Today Awards 2018 shortlist: HR Consultancy of the Year

23 Oct 2018

Consultancies play a crucial role in supporting organisations to deliver HR projects and this category aims to recognise their achievements....

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World of Learning 2018: Four engagement hacks for L&D teams

19 Oct 2018

Melanie Lepine, group head of learning, development and talent at Domestic and General told delegates at the World of Learning...

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Personnel Today Awards 2018 shortlist: HR Team of the Year

15 Oct 2018

The HR Team of the Year category, sponsored by PeopleScout, was open to teams that could demonstrate they had made...

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Delivering business agility: the critical role for HR in fast-growth firms

8 Oct 2018

Organisations strive to become more agile so they can respond to change and deal with external forces as they grow....

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Top 10 things that people want from work

28 Sep 2018

Working hours has emerged as one of the most important factors people consider when thinking about a new job or...

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B&CE

Personnel Today Awards 2018 shortlist: Employer Branding Award

21 Sep 2018

Developing a strong employer brand and can help attract new talent and keep dedicated staff engaged with their work. Here...

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Glassdoor

What are Glassdoor’s reviews really telling us?

20 Sep 2018

Glassdoor’s employer reviews pose a challenge to organisations: use the forum as an opportunity for more engagement and increase transparency,...

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How digital trends are changing the role of HR (webinar)

19 Sep 2018

ON DEMAND | Not a day goes by without a news story highlighting the impact of digital technology on people’s jobs, but how...

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Personnel Today Awards 2018 shortlist: Managing Change

11 Sep 2018

As finalists and judges gather this evening in London for the 2018 Personnel Today Awards Shortlist Party, over the next...

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Women’s career development is as big a problem as the gender pay gap

30 Jul 2018

It’s not the pay differential that really gets under the skin of female employees, it’s the persistent feeling that men...

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10 ways of improving employee inclusion at your organisation

25 Jul 2018

Inclusion is essential for high performance but too many organisations only pay it lip service, writes Lee Russell of learning...

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Aldi and Lidl employees “coming home” if England make the final

10 Jul 2018

Budget supermarkets Aldi and Lidl are hoping they haven’t scored an own goal by allowing employees to leave early this...

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How employee benefits can keep gig workers engaged

27 Jun 2018

As more organisations choose to use ‘gig’ workers, the workforce is becoming increasingly isolated. But how do employers keep them...

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