Employee engagement is about how we as business owners create the conditions in which our staff offer up more of their capability and potential.David Macleod, Engage for Success It may seem like a simple question. We certainly know employee engagement is
Following on from our recent blog series looking at some of the crucial topics around remote working, we thought it would be handy to provide a list of Weekly10 Top Tips for effective remote working and keeping happy while telecommuting.
And so, the end is near. That’s right guys, we’ve nearly reached the end of our series of blogs looking at the remote working revolution that is shaking up business in the UK and further afield. If you have missed
Well hello there and welcome back to our blog series looking at the world of remote working. In Part 1 of the series (available here), we discussed the past, present and likely future of the remote work approach to employment.
In a break with tradition (appropriate given the subject matter), we thought we’d bring you not just a single hit blog post, but a full-blown series on just one topic. We considered Britain’s favourite cakes, the impact of topsoil erosion
Oi, you at the back! Start Slacking… Here at Weekly10 we believe employee engagement is for everyone in every organisation – and that is why we are always looking for ways to make our Weekly10 process as accessible as possible to
Employee engagement is a hot topic right now. Businesses left, right and centre are attempting engagement programmes. Discussions industry-wide are being held about how companies could be creating workplaces where every employee happily puts in their best performance, day in,
So, who do we have here then? Approx. 5ft 10Shabby-chic face fluffA rucksack of books about behavioural economics, social psychology and statisticsWhite lab coat It can only be, our new Head of People Science & Marketing, Chris! Chris is a trained consumer psychologist,
70% of a team's engagement depends on the managerGallup Middle management – it’s become something of a dirty word. Once held in high regard, all too often those who have the tall task of encouraging, supporting and motivating are reduced to