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Meet the team – Jaime Johnson

August 22nd, 2018 by tsiadmin | No Responses

Here’s Jaime!

What’s Your Biggest Inspiration?

My parents instilled a work ethic in me at a young age – cleaning cars for pocket money – they both worked hard, my father set up his own business whilst supporting a young family, and now I work to inspire the same work ethic and initiative in my three children.

What did you want to be when you were growing up?

I enjoyed school and I always wanted to go to university, and that was my goal growing up – to get the grades to head off to uni. I also had to work my way through too and spent many an hour in call centres and packing pork chops!

What motivates you?

I enjoy giving employees a voice and helping organisations make sense of their staff’s experience.

What do you bring to the world of employee research?

I bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise, I’ve worked in the industry all my working life – nearly two decades; I also … read more »

Tips To Boost Employee Engagement

August 20th, 2018 by Alison McKinney | No Responses

These days, most organisations have wised up to the fact that an engaged workforce leads to greater productivity and better staff retention. On top of this, having engaged people creates a happier, healthier place to work.

And while it can sometimes be hard to spot the signs of employees who are becoming less engaged, prevention is always better than the cure.

That’s why forward-looking directors and managers make sure that every aspect of their employees’ working day is examined through the lens of staff engagement.

Time and time again, they’ve found that getting various factors right keeps employees engaged and stops problems happening before they take hold.

Why don’t you try them for yourself?

  • Inspiring Leadership

Critical to employee engagement is having competent, passionate and hands-on leadership. Make sure your interest in your people is genuine and take the time to understand their needs and aspirations. This will show that their contributions are recognised and valued. Remember to make sure actions reflect what is being said … read more »

Benefits of Conducting an Employee Engagement Survey

August 14th, 2018 by Alison McKinney | No Responses

We’ve been conducting employee research for over 20 years and in our experience, the main benefits of employee research include:

  • Demonstrating to employees that you are taking a genuine interest in them, their views and ideas;
  • Identifying strengths and weaknesses in management performance and organisational policies, procedures and technology which will improve operational efficiency and employee satisfaction while reducing costs;
  • Improving employee retention, which will in turn cut the costs of recruiting and retraining replacement staff and make your company a more attractive employment proposition;
  • Facilitate ongoing communication;
  • Gauge employees opinions of employers benefits programs;
  • Learn about working conditions from an employees point of view;
  • Can provide insight into where employee morale stands beyond what you see on the surface;
  • Improving work/home balance and reducing absenteeism;
  • Determining key contributors and barriers to delivering excellent customer service and getting employee suggestions for improvements;
  • Highlighting any issues that arise from changes in current programmes and consulting on various plans, such as relocation, so that they can be managed and the benefits realised … read more »
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