Wellbeing at work

Staff who feel cared for and looked after are more productive and likely to stay loyal to their organisation, as Sam Barrett reports

Pension reform can be a benefit, not a penalty

Introduction of pension auto-enrolment is putting pressure on dwindling incomes but can be an opportunity for greater staff engagement, writes John Greenwood

Ensuring better connections suit patients’ needs

A model for healthcare delivery that leverages technology can maximise resources, and better engage clinicians and patients, as Corinne Swainger reports

More than just fun and games

One of the outsourcing industry’s fastest growing business trends, gamification is helping firms to improve their employees’ working practices, as Jason Hesse discovers

Keep it live for a fresh approach

Yasmin Arrigo discovers that the best way to engage with staff and customers is face to face

Digital technology pulls down the conference hall

A conference is no longer limited to the four walls of its venue. James Silver finds out how to engage delegates and spread the message outside

Battle for hearts and minds

Keeping employees engaged and motivated without a big pay rise is possible, as Jo Faragher discovers

Hard business of having fun

Sally Whittle discovers how what goes on outside can reap rewards inside the office