MCLEOD REPORT – ENGAGING FOR SUCCESS
An in-depth look at employee engagement and to report on its potential benefits for companies, organisations and individual employees. To examine in particular whether a wider take up of engagement approaches could impact positively on UK competitiveness and performance, as part of the country’s efforts to come through the current economic difficulties, take maximum advantage of the upturn when it comes, and meet the challenges of increased global competition.
This report is part of a larger study, the Global Leadership Forecast 2011, the sixth in DDI’s research series on global leadership, practices, challenges and development. The results presented here contrast the responses from HR professionals and business leaders in the UK with those from other organisations around the globe.
The twelfth edition of CIPD’s Absence Management survey report in partnership with Simplyhealth. As in previous years, CIPD provide useful benchmarking data for organisations on absence levels and the cost and causes of absence, as well as a focus on employee well-being. In addition, the report covers topical questions asked about the abolition of the Default Retirement Age and levels of turnover due to ill health, and CIPD continue to track the effect of the economic climate on employee absence.
The core research has been conducted with six case study organisations from the public and private sectors: BIG Lottery Fund, Birmingham City Council, NHS Dumfries and Galloway, Pfizer (Grange Castle), Standard Chartered and Xerox. These organisations are implementing specific change programmes to drive long-term performance