Employee Engagement : Research Studies
Top : Employee Engagement : Research Studies - There's a lot of research on employee engagement, much of it flawed, or misinterpreted. In this section you'll find research studies that are notable either because the results are mis-stated or because they do provide some insight into the concept, measurement, and effectiveness of EE efforts.Performance Management Articles, Guides and Help:
By Becky Frith, - Interesting study that supports my notion that engagement is internal, more like a personality trait, and that engaged employees are probably more engaged and passionate about many things in their lives. Viewed 258 Times )
By Seun Robert-Edomi - One reason employee engagement strategies don't work is a lack of understanding of modern employees. In this short research report, it highlights that many employees do not anticipate being at the same employer in two years. This has profound implications for employee engagement. Viewed 343 Times )
By Aditi Sharma Kalra - Research reported here suggests that it is peers that are most important in creating conditions where employee engagement can thrive. Note that this is from an Asian site and culture may be a factor in this result. Viewed 283 Times )
By Sandeep Kular, Mark Gatenby, Chris Rees, Emma Soane, Katie Truss - Literature review of some of the research on employee engagement. Notable point: There is a discussion of individual differences and employee engagement, which is a key issue -- different employees react differently to efforts to increase their involvement. Viewed 313 Times )
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