Employee engagement has been a focus for people management research and practice for around ten years and it has developed in more than one direction and with different definitions.
The authors of these thought pieces offer different perspectives, based on their area of activity: HR practice, consultancy and research. The thought pieces reflect a number of current discussions that take place in relation to employee engagement, including some of the more challenging perspectives that can easily be overlooked, and give strong pointers on what needs to happen next for the area to maintain relevance.
"...varied contributions illustrate the breadth and complexity of ‘employee engagement’
– a term that is easy to understand strategically, yet slippery when it comes to
the detail of analysis and implementation."
This publication is the first of two outputs from a special interest group (SIG) on the Future of Employee Engagement, set up under the auspices of the Engage for Success Guru Group. The SIG is facilitated by Dilys Robinson of the Institute for Employment Studies and Jonny Gifford of the CIPD. A white paper on the future of engagement will follow this publication.
Read the blog: Demystifying Employee Engagement – Its Time to Tell it Like it Really Is!
Individual thought pieces are available to download below.