Highly engaged employees are more likely to be happy, healthy and more productive in work. This factsheet gives practical advice on how organisations can improve employee engagement.
Although there isn’t a universally agreed definition of what employee engagement means, it is widely acknowledged that employees who are committed and motivated are more productive in work. This factsheet from Roots HR offers lots of practical advice on what you can do as an employer to ensure high levels of engagement amongst staff, as well as outlining how to develop a strategy.
Employees who have good quality jobs and are managed well will be happier, healthier and more fulfilled, and are likely to be more productive too. This factsheet introduces the concept of employee engagement.
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