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The latest report, produced in partnership with Halogen, tracks employee engagement, employees’ attitudes towards their line managers and senior managers, as well as the extent to which employees feel under pressure at work. A new section explores employees' perceptions of their performance management processes and progression opportunities and motivations.
Summary of our 2006 survey of employee attitudes and engagement.
Explores the findings of a CIPD/YouGov survey of 2,000 UK employees to understand their views on having a shared organisational purpose.
This edition of our quarterly survey of employee attitudes looks at job satisfaction and engagement, employee attitudes towards managers, pressure at work, work-life-balance, the link between work and well-being and job-seeking.
This edition of the quarterly survey of employee attitudes considers views towards values, the extent to which values make a difference, and the practices that either help embed values or undermine them.
This edition of our quarterly survey of employee attitudes looks at job satisfaction and engagement, line mangers and a focus on management development, pressure at work, the economic downturn and job-seeking.
This quarter's survey explores the reasons behind the drop in employee engagement figures and the corresponding increase in more negative employee attitudes towards senior leaders.
Findings of this quarter's survey hightlight that high engagement levels in the voluntary sector are driven by open and honest management teams and cultures of mutual trust and respect.
Our quarterly survey of employee attitudes includes a new employee engagement index made up of responses to a questions integral to understanding employees' engagement levels.
Findings from the CIPD's Summer 2010 Employee Outlook which looked at employee attitudes to retirement age.
Survey findings show that compared with last year, there has been little change in the proportion of employees receiving a pay increase resulting in rising pressure on employee living standards.
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