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A Practical Introduction
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About the book
How can I create engagement strategies that will empower employees to succeed? This book offers a practical resource for developing an effective engagement strategy aligned to business objectives.
An engaged workforce is essential to the performance and success of any organization. Featuring practical tools and templates, Employee Engagement provides comprehensive coverage of all stages of the engagement process, from planning initiatives to building and measuring their success.
This updated third edition presents engagement strategies that account for recent workplace developments, from remote working to creating psychological safety. It also includes updates on the evolving technology trends that impact engagement and guidance on how to create strategies that are inclusive of all employees. With examples and case studies from organizations such as AXA PPP Healthcare, EDF Energy and Marks & Spencer, Employee Engagement is essential reading for HR students and professionals. Online supporting resources include diagnostic tools, templates and additional best-practice case studies.
HR Fundamentals is a series of succinct, practical guides featuring exercises, examples and case studies. They are ideal for students and those in the early stages of their HR careers.
About the authors
- Emma Bridger is the go-to expert for employee engagement which makes this book the definitive guide for engaging your employees. This third edition has been updated to include the latest thinking and practice required to make a difference to your people. Employee engagement is more critical now than it has ever been and this book has everything you need; whether you're starting out in the field or you're an established practitioner. Packed full of practical tools and guidance backed up by science, and relatable case-studies, it's a must read for anyone working in employee engagement.
- Pete Markey, CMO, Boots