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[IWS] Towers Watson: SUSTAINABLY ENGAGED: Bi-monthly report(s)

IWS Documented News Service

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Institute for Workplace Studies----------------- Professor Samuel B. Bacharach

School of Industrial & Labor Relations-------- Director, Institute for Workplace Studies

Cornell University

16 East 34th Street, 4th floor---------------------- Stuart Basefsky

New York, NY 10016 -------------------------------Director, IWS News Bureau

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Towers Watson

 

SUSTAINABLY ENGAGED: Bi-monthly report(s)

http://www.towerswatson.com/en/Insights/Newsletters/Global/Sustainably-Engaged

 

 

A report on trends in the employee engagement survey practices. In each issue we explore a unique aspect of the employee survey process, such as speed or length of process.

o    Capturing Meaningful Employee Opinion Data

March 2014

This issue of Sustainably Engaged focuses on the pulse survey and when it's appropriate to use this tool to influence sustainable employee engagement.

o    The Power of Great Managers

January 2014

This issue of Sustainably Engaged focuses on the power and role of the manager and how they can influence sustainable employee engagement.

o    Whirlpool Corporation — Taking Responsibility for Engagement

November 2013

This issue of Sustainably Engaged will focus on how leading organizations, including Whirlpool Corporation is taking responsibility for employee engagement.

o    Moving Beyond the Five-Point Scale: Emerging Trends in the Smart Use of Qualitative Employee Feedback

September 2013

This issue of Sustainably Engaged will focus on how leading organizations are using qualitative employee feedback to improve their people programs, their operations and their bottom lines.

o    Strategy/Culture Alignment: How to Identify, and Close, Critical Gaps

July 2013

This issue of Sustainably Engaged will focus on the relationship between company culture and business performance. Organizations often refer to company culture, but they don't always clearly understand the meaning of this term. We define it as the shared beliefs (either explicit or implicit) that exist within a company and drive behaviors.

o    The Enduring Riddle That Is Employee Survey Length

May 2013

A report on trends in the employee engagement survey practices. In each issue we explore a unique aspect of the employee survey process, such as speed or length of process. In this issue, we focus on the appropriate length of a survey.

o    Acting on Employee Survey Results: Why Less May Be More

March 2013

In this month's issue, we review a novel approach to improving post-survey follow-up.

o    Best practices for Employee Surveys: How Fast is Fast?

January 2013

In this inaugural issue of Sustainably Engaged we discuss how slowing down the survey process may actually accelerate the benefits.

 

 

 

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