Wellbeing at work: Why are so many organisations still not listening to their people?
In the 2018 Human Capital Trends Report from Deloitte, two-thirds of organisations listed wellbeing initiatives as a ‘critical part of their employment brand and culture.’ This indication that many employers are focussed on improving and supporting employee wellbeing is encouraging – though further research shows that organisations still have a long way to go in […]
Moving on: How to maintain engagement when an employee decides to leave
People leave jobs for all kinds of reasons. Lack of recognition, no clear path to promotion, bad management – they’re all scenarios we’re familiar with, whether it’s from our own experience, or from the mounting research on employee attrition. However, we also know that people leave organisations for reasons we can’t foresee. Back in […]
Brainstorming: Engaging, or Alienating?
Being part of a brainstorming session can sometimes feel like being on a panel show; you’re forever trying to make a joke, but there’s always someone louder than you who makes the audience laugh first. I wouldn’t describe myself as shy or particularly quiet (at all), though I’ve often found myself blending into the background […]
Generation Z: Stop Assuming, Start Engaging
When you think of age discrimination at work, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? For many of us, age discrimination conjures images of older employees being treated unfairly. A former colleague of mine once told me that she’d been dyeing her hair for a number of years, despite wanting to embrace her […]
Lip Service – do your employees really have a voice?
Lip Service – do your employees really have a voice? Recently on the blog we’ve discussed the 5 Enablers of Employee Engagement: 1) Strategic Narrative 2) Leadership 3) Employee Voice 4) Integrity (Engage for Success) 5) Involvement In this blog we want to give you some ideas on how you can give your employees a […]