January 14th 2010
Enhancing performance through employee engagement – MacLeod Review
This document was produced in response to a request from the government to take an in-depth look at employee engagement and to report on its potential benefits to companies, organisations and individual employees. The report was produced by David MacLeod and Nita Clarke.
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February 4th 2015
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Written by Professor Rob Briner, from the University of Bath's School of Management, the purpose of this paper is to stimulate deeper and more critical thinking about employee engagement from an evidence-based practice perspective.Read Event Document
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January 30th 2015
Employee Engagement: essentials and challenges
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