Once dominated by hunches and feelings, evaluating and boosting staff engagement can now be aided by hard-nosed statistics and technology, writes Jessica Twentyman
Employee Engagement & Benefits
Never has employee engagement represented such a pertinent issue for big business; the days of bulging bonus packages are gone, and in their place have come ever more thoughtful means of captivating and rewarding workers. Engaging your staff is no longer a ‘nice to have’, but a critical component of any business model. In this report, we look to business pioneers directly for their top tips, whilst exploring staff development, creative benefits and talent retention.
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How far does employee engagement vary from country to country, continent to continent – and why? James Dean finds out
How a company treats its staff to retain talent is now the most critical factor in business success, says Andrew Benett, global chief executive of Havas Worldwide
What works better? Pay rises or more intangible, creative perks? A study by Ixaris of 4,800 employees in the UK, United States, France, Canada and Germany found 70 per cent said they regarded cash bonuses as the same as salary, suggesting there is no additional value. So it is worth researching non-cash alternatives, which can excite, engage and motivate employees, writes Charles Orton-Jones