But, we know that money is a dissatisfier. You are dissatisfied if you perceive you don't have enough. Either in real terms or in relative fairness terms. Beyond a certain
That doesn't mean that having purpose isn't important - because it is. But simply, that work doesn't necessarily have to be thing that provides it.
They're depressing because we know this stuff. We "know" what makes for an engaged workforce. Read the excerpt below and you'll see none of it is unexpected, or even new.
“I want the business to make money, to be profitable. But I want to keep my people happy too.” It is the age old equation. To maximise profits, you need
One in five employees fail their probation period This week sees an interesting report from the CIPD citing research that says one in five employees fail their probation period; most
I read this article yesterday – and it has some well-made points about how to be proactive with change rather than be a passive victim. You will all know that
Want a way to increase customer service and employee engagement? I love this article on letting go. Rob Markey tells the story of how Jim Bush revolutionized customer service at
Two examples in the past week go to illustrate the difference an engaged employee can make. The first was a lunch date, where after some discussion with the wonderful waiter,
In a very interesting recent case of a Sommelier who was dismissed for a number of incidents including mocking a co-worker’s virginity, iHR asks “..where is the line between light-hearted
If you have ever been to a workplace where people are in their “flow” and look as though they are doing exactly what they were born to do; then you’re