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Sometimes it’s the simple things…

April 27th, 2018 by Jaime Johnson | No Responses

When building a team of engaged and motivated employees this phrase stands true.

You hear and read about the importance of engagement and all its benefits to the organisation’s bottom line, but you simply don’t know where to start.

Here are our favourite ideas for engaging and motiving employees – which are simple to implement and effective and, more importantly, that your team will appreciate:

1. Make work fun
Getting the balance right is important – work shouldn’t be entirely monotonous and routine. It’s disheartening to come to work at a place where you’re just working. To encourage fun at work, have some fun yourself. If people see you having some fun, they know that they’re allowed to too.

More formally, you can organise team-building activities or an event. Find ways to get the team to get together outside of work. This will give people something to look forward to, such as a BBQ or a breakfast/ lunch where you take a break as a … read more »

New Client Wins

April 17th, 2018 by Alison McKinney | No Responses

Over the past few months we’ve secured a number of new business wins. We’re delighted to have just delivered a global change survey for pharmaceutical giant, Boehringer Ingelheim. The survey was made available to over 50,000 employees in 18 languages.

Another big win is engineering support specialists, Babcock. This was a global engagement survey, translated into several languages, to Land Sector’s 12,000 employees. We’ve also picked up contracts with English National Opera and global healthcare communications agency, emotive, and Kent Surrey Sussex Academic Health Science Network.

Also, we are working with Horizon Discovery, a world leading gene editing company as well as Astea Academy Trust a multi-academy trust spanning from Yorkshire and Cambridgeshire. Finally, we have also just delivered SAGlobal’s first ever engagement survey, they are a Microsoft Dynamics worldwide partner.

Give us a call if you’re considering an employee research project, call 01255 870735.

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