February 5th 2015
Employee Engagement – Interview with Rob Briner, University of Bath
At our Employee Engagement event Rob Briner, Professor of Organisational Psychology at School of Management at the University of Bath, questioned the evidence currently surrounding the area of employee engagement and identified what organisations should do about it.
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