Employee Benefits Summit: Engagement is the opening message

The Employee Benefits Summit will open with Nita Clarke, director of the Involvement and Participation Association and deputy chair of the UK government’s Review on employee engagement, delivering a keynote speech called ‘Employee engagement and the output of organisations in difficult economic times’.

Clarke will discuss issues such as engaging employees into the upturn, encouraging increased discretionary effort in a slow-growth climate, and the importance of creating a strategic narrative within an organisation.

As deputy chair of the Review on employee engagement, Clarke is also co-author of Engaging for Success, a report issued by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills on effective employee engagement, which includes online guides, tools and templates for employers to use.

Find out more about the Summit speakers here