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Another cracking demonstration to any sceptical FD out there that investing in a robust, well thought out and competently delivered employee engagement programme will positively impact the bottom line. <br/><br/>I'm thinking about how many other businesses there are out there who are struggling in the current climate and who are missing the opportunity to turn things around by taking a few simple and positive steps towards improving their employee engagement. With the estimated cost of employee disengagement to the UK economy running between £59 and £64bn per year what an impact this could have on the wider UK economy too. What's holding UK plc back?
A brand I use frequently and I'm not at all surprised that the group has made the progress it has, despite the tough times. Most employee engagement initiatives within a wider programme are at least cost neutral when the benefits are weighed against the outlay. Time more organisations woke up and smelled the coffee....
Looks good<br/>Far too many organisations talk a good game about EE which is far removed from the staff experiance<br/><br/>Would be good to know a little more detail about how they went about EE