EngagementPosted in : HR Updates on 7 November 2011
Angela Schettino writes:
'I’ll be honest, I have some idea about what is meant by the term ‘Engagement’ and I understand that engaging the workforce is likely to have a positive result, but I don’t really understand exactly what it means, where to start or how to convince the Senior Management team that it is even worthwhile. Can you provide some advice on this?'
In 2009, a Government authorised report by David MacLeod significantly raised the profile of what organisations across the UK understand Engagement to be and since then the term is used to a greater extent around top tables. Defining Engagement however, proves notoriously difficult, given that it involves the
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