Employee engagement

A four-day working week: The key to an engaged workforce?

Following the news that the Scottish Government is to launch trials of a four-day working week, a survey has shown that 65% of workers think a shorter working week would make them more productive.  The trial, as promised in the SNP election manifesto earlier this year,...

Four ways to enhance your employees’ career wellbeing

Employee wellbeing, particularly involving mental and emotional health, is becoming more and more central to how many organisations are operating. In fact, according to Wellable’s 2021 Employee Wellness Industry Trends Report, mental health programmes are seeing a rapid increase in adoption and investment post-pandemic. But,...

Three reasons why employee wellbeing is critical to employee engagement

In today’s increasingly unstable climate, with financial insecurity on the rise, ensuring the health and wellbeing needs of your employees are met is crucial to their engagement within the workplace. Despite a growing interest in this area and more workplaces stepping up their efforts, employee health...

Why communicating your business’ ‘why’ is key to employee engagement

Understanding your business’ purpose and mission is key to creating engaged employees and a unified workforce. Individuals who understand how their actions contribute to the bigger picture will not only feel a sense of shared ownership over their business but be more fulfilled as individuals....

Why your business should be focusing on employee voice

Many businesses often forget that communication with their employees should be two-way and neglect a key enabler of employee engagement - employee voice. But building a work culture which supports employee voice is key to ensuring your team members are motivated to reach their potential...

Why learning and development is a key driver of employee engagement

Learning and development (L&D) is a key driver of employee engagement. By giving your employees access to courses and tools that help them refine their skills and enhance their knowledge, you’ll not only build a more capable, confident workforce, but you’ll demonstrate to your employees...

The future of work: how to engage a dispersed workforce

With employees working in different locations and no longer having the same shared experience of going into the office or a central workplace every day, businesses will have to motivate, reward and connect with their employees in a different way. Here are our top tips...