February 20, 2018

Employee Engagement Jobs

On the hunt for a new challenge? We update our jobs page every week, bringing you the very latest employee engagement and internal comms roles. Simply click on a job title below for full details on each role. Good luck with your search!   Internal Communications and Employee Engagement Manager Location: Peterborough Salary: £30,153-£33,437 Organisation: Peterborouh City Council Closing […]

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February 16, 2018

The Positive Psychology behind Random Acts of Kindness

  *Don’t miss our 30 Random Acts of Kindness ideas – download it for free here!* This week is Random Acts of Kindness Week, an event we love celebrating here at People Lab. Random Acts of Kindness (or RAOK) are simple, free or inexpensive acts that anyone can do, to spread a little kindness and […]

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February 9, 2018

What can we learn from ‘Engagement Outliers?’

  If you’re passionate about creating a great place to work, you’re probably familiar with Aon Hewitt’s 2017 Trends in Global Employee Engagement report. The annual study reiterated that engagement levels have stagnated; globally, just 63% of employees are engaged. This shows a two-point decrease on the previous year. Progress is predicted to be painfully […]

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February 7, 2018

The Importance of Workplace Friendships

  Whether you’re based in an office or in another working environment, it’s likely that you’re spending a considerable proportion of your time at work. On average, UK employees spend 31 hours a week at work*, though spending eight hours or more in the workplace each day isn’t uncommon. Coupled with time spent sleeping, commuting […]

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February 2, 2018

The Vital Role of Trust in Employee Engagement

  The 18th annual Edelman Trust Barometer was published on 29th January 2018, providing insight from 33,000+ respondents in 28 countries. The international study covered a range of themes and subjects this year – from the impact of social media and Donald Trump’s governmental changes in the US, to the effects of leadership and management […]

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Emma Bridger’s Book. Out Now!

Emma Bridger’s book, Employee Engagement, published by Kogan Page, has received 5 star reviews on Amazon.

The book takes a practical look at what you can do to improve and develop employee engagement. Sharing insights, tools, techniques and case studies from other organisations, to help you develop and improve employee engagement within your own organisation today.


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