Employee engagement is now well embedded within many organisations’ HR activities. But how does your company’s engagement agenda stand up against others? Take part in our survey and receive must-know insights from our follow-up report.
Continuing on from our state of the nation research on employee engagement in 2016, we’ve teamed up with engagement specialists smith+henderson and Engage and Grow to run a new survey to uncover how UK organisations are approaching engagement in 2018.
No matter your company size, job role or industry, we want to hear all about your engagement efforts – the barriers you’re facing, the technology you’re using and the improvements you’re seeing.
What are we focusing on?
As well as examining how far UK businesses have progressed (or regressed) with their engagement strategy, compared with 2016’s results, we will also explore new key areas. These include:
New digital products/services that support engagement activities
Trends that may impact your business, such as Brexit, productivity levels, automation, diversity and flexible working
Whether (and how) your business is tackling the challenge of closing the gender pay gap
Whether (and how) your business is addressing the needs of different generations in the workforce
Why take part?
Complete the survey (filling in your contact details) and you will:
Have your say on the state of employee engagement in 2018
Be entered into a prize draw for the opportunity to win £250 of Amazon vouchers OR an all-new Amazon Echo home automation speaker
Receive a free PDF of a report exploring the key findings from the survey. This will give you insight on how your company’s engagement activities compare with other UK companies
Don’t miss out! Fill in the survey by 23:59 on 18th April 2018 to contribute your say and for the chance to win great prizes.
About Becky Norman
Deputy editor for global online publications HRZone and TrainingZone. As a newcomer to the worlds of HR and L&D I am keen to hear from the community, so please do say hello via our social channels!
My past editorial experience includes working on science communications content, international development policy reports and craft magazines.
Outside of work, I enjoy cycling, eating vegetables and drinking posh gin.