How healthy is the engagement in your organisation?
Our research* has indicated that developing an employee engagement strategy continues to be a challenge for many working in the employee engagement industry. In response to this finding, we created a step-by-step guide to help practitioners get started with their strategy, think about objectives and consider what success will look like. When developing your strategy, […]
SpotlightOn the Employee Engagement Profession – Understanding the engagement gap and what we can do about it
Join us for our first webinar of 2019, hosted by our friends at the Employee Engagement Alliance The results are in from our latest Spotlight on the Employee Engagement Profession research. This year we spoke to over 100 organisations, from a variety of industries and sectors. We wanted to continue to use this research to get […]
Where should you start when developing your Employee Engagement Strategy?
For many of us, the beginning of a new year is all about setting yourself up for success over the next 12 months and beyond. For some, this means developing your people plan or employee engagement strategy. However, we know from our ‘Spotlight On’research (2018 results coming soon!), whether you work in HR, Internal […]
Employee Engagement in 2019 – My thoughts and hopes
This year we’re going to be celebrating People Lab’s 10th birthday which I’m super excited about. I know it’s a cliché, but I really don’t know where the last 10 years have gone! When we set out to build an employee engagement consultancy, I hoped that we would still be here in 10 years, but […]
People Lab’s Top 10 Blogs of 2018
If you’re new to what we do at People Lab, you might not be aware that as well as being an award-winning employee engagement consultancy, we also write a popular weekly blog. We explore all kinds of subjects and themes, including top tips and handouts, event round-ups, opinion pieces, white papers and research, as well as […]
How much time do HR really spend on employee engagement?
This week’s blog from our expert Emma Bridger: I recently came across this interesting infographic from HR Review, which details how the HR elite spend their working week. I was pleasantly surprised to see that employee relations and engagement are a key area of focus, with respondents spending an average of just over 15% of […]
Can HR identify the symptoms of the UK’s employee engagement illness?
HR Magazine reported recently that ‘HR is failing to engage employee hearts and minds’, leading to some rather poorly-sick statistics. ORC International reported that only 37% of workers say they feel encouraged to be innovative, and just 49% say they feel valued at work. These figures, sadly, are down from previous years. Engage For Success […]