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Eggy Bread Is The Answer To Employee Engagement

September 30th, 2015 by Alison McKinney

foodWell not quite, but quite possibly. I was having a comfort eating moment, eggy bread of all things. For many eggy bread hits the spot. Especially with a bit of ketchup or brown sauce.

So when it comes to employee engagement, having your people engaged, happy, fulfilled, satisfied and lapping up what they do, what hits the spot for them?

It has to be something they relish. Something they desire, and are tempted by, a taste for it if you will. Think of your organisation’s strategy as a menu, of which all aspects of it, the ‘dishes’ can be consumed and devoured by everyone, on whatever level, whether it be a ‘dip’ a ‘main’ or a ‘sweetener’.

Just like eating together, working together brings flavours, enjoyment and ultimately conversation to the table.

So why not, to get your people together, interacting, producing ideas and solutions to problems, introduce working lunches, snack breaks, making food central to the gathering and core to conversation.

Food is sustenance for our whole being, it seems that it should also play an important and stringent part in an organisation’s being too.

The Survey Initiative is an award winning organisation with over 18 years expert experience in the field of employee research. We are passionate about what we do. If you would like more information about how we can help your organisation with employee engagement or any other employee research aspect, pick up the phone or contact us online.

Written by Alison McKinney
Alison McKinney is the Project and Quality Assurance Manager at The Survey Initiative, a dedicated employee research organisation devoted to helping its clients gain insight and understanding into what drives employee engagement in their business. Alison has extensive experience in project management and quality assurance and has recently worked on projects for clients as diverse as: WSP Middle East. Natural History Museum, Peverel, Marine Stewardship Council, Accor UK &Ireland and Thompsons Solicitors. Visit http://www.surveyinitiative.co.uk for more information.

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