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With generation Y entering the labour market and the extended notion of talent management, companies across industries and geographies strive to become and stay an engaging place to work. Organisations with higher workforce engagement are more innovative and more productive.

The 2015 Special Interest Group “An Engaging Place to Work” aimed to explore cross-functional strategies to build a work environment which enables employees to thrive. The group focused on areas such as leadership, talent management, values of a new employee generation as well as innovative technologies and how they change our work experience.

Discover the 2015 “An Engaging Place to Work” report conclusions.

The goal was to advance the critical field of employee engagement in concrete terms, by creating a menu of “best practices” and jointly developing innovative “next practices” which drive innovation and performance in organisations.

A special issue of Global Focus was dedicated to spotlight the growing important of employee engagement and analyse the key issues involved.

The outcomes of this SIG were shared within the wider network through the Future Series Webinars :

  • "Engaging People to Drive Business Performance"
    Speaker: Siegfried Hoenle (June 2015)
  • “Innovative Technology-Based Ways to Run Engagement Survey”
    Speaker: Andrew Marritt & Simon Stoepfgeshoff (September 2015)
  • “Engaging the Future Workforce - is GEN Y Different?"
    Speaker: Jacob Andelius & Simon Stoepfgeshoff (October 2015)

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