Month: July 2015

A Matter Of Mattering: Tying Employee Engagement To Life Stages

I’ve just finished reading a blog post by the Deputy Chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission, Caroline Waters, in which she asserts that companies have much to gain from looking at their employees in terms of the stage of life they’ve reached, rather than in terms of more conventional labels, such as religion […]






The Future of Employee Engagement Surveys is Here: Real-Time Data!

Transforming Corporate Culture with Real-Time Engagement Data. Managing large and complex data can seem intimidating at times, but it’s a very real part of business and people-management today. Years ago, data was approached as part of a reactive strategy, because as soon as it was gathered, it was past information. Human resource professionals and managers […]






What Unhappy and Disconnected Employees are Costing Your Business

Measuring the True Cost of Poor Employee Engagement Have you looked around at your employees lately and notice frowning faces instead of normally content ones? There’s a good chance that low employee engagement could be the cause, and it’s costing your business. According to the Gallup State of the Global Workforce study, 87 percent of […]