More than half (56%) of HR managers around the world concede that their organization’s employee engagement programs fall short on delivering bottom-line results, according to a new survey by Right Management.
Paul Hebert's insight:
NOTE FROM ME: Maybe focusing on what the company wants first is a bad strategy - start with the employee and work backwards - that might drive better engagement.
If you're just wading into the plethora of content on recognizing employees, creating engaged employees, you might think that the only important metric - matter of fact...the ONLY metric - is how much you’re willing to pay for annual award...
Enterprise Engagement Alliance, Managing Director Bruce Bolger has announced that the organization will move beyond sponsorships as its sole source of funding and institute a membership model encompassing all of the corporate practitioners, engagement solution providers, academics, students and young professionals focused on this new area of business.
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