Employee Engagement

Engagement: much more than a two-dimensional exercise

A recent HR Magazine article highlights the findings of a new report that suggests engagement surveys don’t deliver an accurate picture of employee engagement. It’s an interesting piece of research which reflects our own conclusions from our work with all types and sizes of organisation – engagement is not a two-dimensional exercise.   While the…

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Pondering diversity: is age anything more than a number?

The growing commentary around the issue of age at work has got the team at ENGAGE talking. It’s a topic that we address within our client work around engagement, but it also resonates much closer to home. A number of our team are ‘in the region of’ 50 years old, while others fit firmly into…

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Testimonial from Baer Pettit, President of MSCI

We spoke to the president of MSCI Baer Pettit to find out how we have helped MSCI improve their employee engagement.   Working with ENGAGE, Baer Pettit, President of MSCI from Vimeo. If you would like more information on how we could help you please call +44 (0) 203 176 4531

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Employee experience: striving for integrated and contextual measurement

A truly integrated employee experience has been the holy grail for many organisations for a number of years now. Being able to track an individual employee’s lifecycle from their initial contact with the organisation through to their exit – and possibly beyond – could add tremendous value to our pursuit of predictive, smart HR data.…

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Our method: Engagenomics

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Reviewing the critics: why does employee engagement stir up such emotion?

Engagement surveys elicit strong emotions. A recent article in the FT questions the purpose and credibility of engagement surveys, based on the first-hand experience of journalist Pilita Clark.   The article itself is reasonably balanced and points to some big queries about the ‘right’ way to measure engagement – 15 minutes for a survey is…

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The challenge for talent in a strong labour market

The Office of National Statistics (ONS) has revealed that unemployment is at its lowest rate for over 40 years. This is of course great news for employees and employers alike, but a super tight labour market poses some specific challenges for businesses seeking to recruit and retain talent – and provides the biggest test of…

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