Evidence for strong employee engagement levels has never been clearer, with recent research conducted by Business in the Community (BITC) and Ipsos Mori indicating a critical link between strong human capital management and organisational performance.
FTSE 100 companies that have robust arrangements for reporting on employee wellness and engagement have been found to outperform the rest by 10%. We also know that investors are demanding a clearer and more consistent way to understand how organisations are managing their most important asset – people. But there is a lack of transparency in public reporting about employee engagement and wellbeing.
In April, BITC published the Workwell FTSE 100 benchmarking results, which track companies' public reporting in five key areas: better physical and psychological health, better work, better specialist support, better relationships and working well.
Via Vicki Kossoff @ The Learning Factor