Why employee experience begins before the first day

A common misunderstanding of the importance of recruitment and onboarding in cultivating engagement and nurturing employees is setting businesses up for failure

Presenteeism and the hidden costs of staff who are glued to their seats

Man in office late at night, head in hands

Smart thinking required to stop staff from working while sick or lingering at the end of the day

It’s win-win for staff and bosses

Failure to engage the effort, enthusiasm and invention of employees is costing the British economy billions, writes Edwin Smith

The future: practical proposals

Francis Goss at Grass Roots has some top tips that will have real impact on employee engagement