As our Engagement Week, in association with Aon Employee Benefits, draws to a close, it is time to reflect on some of the trends and issues currently shaping this area of benefits.
This dedicated week was designed to bring you exclusive insights and opinions uncovering best practice on employee engagement in the workplace.
The start of a new year is always a prime opportunity to review, reflect and consider whether an organisation’s current practices are truly achieving the goals they were brought in to meet.
In doing so, the desire to improve, or maintain, employee engagement levels will top many employers’ agendas. Just what this will mean though will differ for each organisation. While one may be looking to develop an employee value proposition from scratch, another may be looking to better engage its workforce with its benefits package, and yet another may be working to link employee engagement to its broader business goals.
Each scenario will bring its own set of challenges. However, one thing successful strategies will have in common is the level of employee involvement and collaboration in designing an engagement strategy to meet their needs as well as those of the organisation.
Whatever stage employers are at and whatever their end goals around employee engagement, Engagement Week was designed to help you take this to the next level through exclusive insights and opinions uncovering best practice in this area. These included:
- How can employers ensure engagement is integral to a benefits strategy?
- Infographic: How engaged are employees with benefits in their organisation?
- Jerry Edmondson: Take employee engagement off your to-do list.
- How can employers reach a remote workforce with employee engagement initiatives?
- How can share schemes be used as part of an employee engagement strategy?
- MVF involves employees with benefits to boost engagement.
- Aviva uses share schemes to retain and engage employees.
- Keolis Nottingham drives benefits engagement among remote staff with mobile app.
- Jo Moffatt: Benefits packages must be properly communicated to engage employees.
- Cedric Ramat: Measuring employee engagement is not a beauty contest.
- David Cross: Communication is key to keeping dispersed employees engaged.
- Employee engagement in numbers.