February 3rd 2010
Employee Engagement and Organisational Performance
This presentation accompanied our event, Employee Engagement & Organisational Performance.
It includes a summary of the accompanying research report and case studies from FSA, BAE Systems and Standard Chartered Bank. It also examines the research and measurement perspective.
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