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An in-depth look at the role total reward plays in fostering employee engagement, including a report of an e-reward conference held in June 2011.
2: EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT – CURRENT THINKING AND CONTEXT
A review of recent research and thinking into the link between employee engagement and high-performance working, and how reward can play its part in leveraging the benefits from a committed workforce.
Trends in engagement
The meaning of employee engagement
Why engagement is important
Limitations in existing approaches to engagement
What are the causes of engagement?
Does better engagement contribute to organisational performance?
Which aspects of engagement make the difference?
What about reward?
What is relationship between engagement and reward?
A complex relationship
LIST OF BOXES
2.1: Definitions of engagement
2.2: Three different approaches to employee engagement
2.3: MacLeod review
3: EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN ACTION – REPORT OF AN E-REWARD CONFERENCE
After talking to many e-reward subscribers and trying to clarify the relationship between reward and engagement, we put together a new conference to address the key and most pressing issues. The conference was held in central London in June 2011.
Employee engagement: what is the relationship with reward management?
Presented by Duncan Brown, Principal, Reward and Engagement, Aon Hewitt.
What is needed to really make an engagement strategy deliver?
Presented by Paul Sparrow, Director, Centre for Performance-led HR and Professor of International Human Resource Management, Lancaster University Management School.
Employee engagement and reward: what’s going on out there?
Presented by Stuart Hyland, Head of Reward Consulting, Hay Group.
SECTION 4: RESOURCES
During the course of our literature review we examined a batch of reports on employee engagement and reward. Our listing highlights those publications that we think you will find most valuable.
Issue - 82
Pages - 23
Type - Other
Date - 06/01/2012
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