Post Maternity Survey Suggests Employee Engagement Deficit

Results of a survey of HR professionals on the experience of women returning to work following maternity leave. - March 15, 2010

Employee Engagement is Key to Post-Recession Growth According to Major Companies But is Being Cut Back

Engaging staff could help the UK thrive in the upturn is the unanimous verdict of 150 CEOs and HR Directors from companies with over one million UK employees polled for a business leaders’ conference to be held on 10th September by employee engagement survey specialist ETS. David Macleod,... - September 10, 2009

‘Unfair’ Pay Freezes May Not Damage Worker Loyalty, Says Workplace Expert

While only half of employees (51%) thought their pay was fair before the current recession, pay freezes may not reduce worker loyalty. - July 11, 2009

Workplace 'Golden Age' May be Over, Says Employee Survey Expert Companies Can Download Employee Survey Results to Identify Low Morale

Worker happiness peaked in 2008, according to results released today from the ETS employee survey benchmark database, which contains millions of employee views. “We've just lived through a golden age of rising pay, profit and opportunity that led to a highpoint in employee happiness. Sadly,... - June 26, 2009

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