Thursday, 25 March 2010

Engaging for Success

The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills has commissioned a report on the importance of employee engagement in helping Britain out deep, dark recession.

This accessible and well-written report provides compelling evidence that employee engagement is the key factor for companies to consider when it comes to productivity, performance and innovation. As the country feels it's way towards economic recovery, the Secretary of State claims that there has "never been a more important time to think about employee engagement in Britain".

It' a long old document but it has some amazing case studies, and for those of you after facts and figures - fill your boots. Have a read of Engaging for Success: Enhancing Performance Through Employee Engagement.

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