Employee engagement and performance

‘Tis the season to be giving

Posted by Caroline Wrobel

According to consumers Microsoft is top of the ‘nice’ list.  Employees who volunteer in charity work are more effective (engaged and enabled), and have a more positive view of their work environment than those who don’t volunteer.  So make sure the … Continue reading

Do you know the cost of employees leaving your organization?

Posted by Satya Radjasa

“There are two most important elements in my company: people and brand. If I have to choose just one, it’s people, because with great people, I can create excellent brands.” (Maurits Lalisang, president director of Unilever Indonesia.) For me, this … Continue reading

The good, the bad and the ugly (of employee surveys)

Posted by Ariel Barack

“Measurement is the first step that leads to control and eventually to improvement. If you can’t measure something, you can’t understand it. If you can’t understand it, you can’t control it. If you can’t control it, you can’t improve it.” … Continue reading

Making the link between engagement and performance management

Posted by Joana Vianna

We often discuss about how to link our client´s business strategy to employee commitment. At Hay Group we design employee surveys which answer the business questions our clients need to know. If they are remodelling corporate processes, or have had … Continue reading

The performance engagement gap: the best companies decline as the rest of the world improves

Posted by Sam Dawson

Sitting on the 6.45am train from sleepy Oxfordshire this week I was struck by three things. The first was the familiar early morning craving for a coffee of epic sized proportions. The second was a more sobering reflection that I … Continue reading

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