Editor’s note: A refreshing look at how to make work better from former chief talent officer at Netflix Patty McCord. Point number one: treat people like adults. A very good starting point . . .
Browsing: employee engagement
Editor’s note: This research into what satisfies employees at work will not surprise you but it does show yet again the importance of aligning work with personal values and providing opportunities to develop.
Editor’s note: Forgive for not knowing that William Kahn proposed the idea that what mattered for employees was how they felt about work. Kahn proposed three ingredients that are key for engagement: meaningfulness in the work, psychological safety and psychological availability.
Editor’s note: Much like love, employee engagement is difficult to measure. Maybe using proxy questions is the way forward?
Editor’s note: HR director Neil Morrison pours water on the rather fashionable term ’employee engagement’. Worth a read if you talk ‘engagement’ at work.
Editor’s note: A look at who should be responsible for employee engagement in the organisation.
Editor’s note: Thanks to @donaldhtaylor for sharing this article which puts the focus for employee engagement on values, actions and culture.