Updated to include information on trends in employee engagement surveys.
If, when you hear "treasure hunt", you hark back to Anneka Rice's popular 1980s game show, you are not alone. We look at treasure hunts in the digital age.
There's no doubt that the Brexit vote sent shockwaves through workplaces across the UK, whichever side staff voted. Some employers have emailed workers to offer reassurance, but is this the best or only way to support staff during this period of uncertainty?
Social media appears to be the ideal platform for employers to harness employees' voices, but many organisations are hesitant about using its power. As Acas launches a research paper on this very issue, its chair, Sir Brendan Barber, looks at what holding employers back
Luxury hotel chain Dorchester Collection won the employee engagement top prize at last year's Personnel Today Awards. What has the company done to stand out in this hard fought category, and what is next?
On this week's podcast, we discuss employee recognition. We look at the business benefits of building a culture of recognition, and how to introduce an employee recognition scheme.
In this week's XpertHR podcast, we discuss XpertHR's recent employee engagement survey which focuses on what factors need to be taken into account to increase employee engagement.
Good practice guidance on employee recognition, including the aims of a recognition scheme, developing the business case for and designing a recognition scheme, and communicating the recognition scheme to the workforce.
Despite sites such as Instagram and Pinterest enjoying huge popularity with consumers, organisations are yet to fully embrace the power of imagery for employee engagement.
Levels of employee engagement may have increased in 40% of organisations over the past year but a total of 40% of organisations describe engagement levels as 'reasonable' at best, indicating there is room for improvement. XpertHR's survey considers the factors that help engage employees and identifies current trends in this area.