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Learn about the latest in employee engagement within various industries. This week’s influential authors look at the heart of the matter when it comes to employee engagement whether it’s the difference between engagement and experience or whether it’s hard numbers that move engagement forward..

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1. The Numbers Are In: Corporate Generosity Boosts Employee Engagement

Triple Pundit – It’s always nice to give but sometimes you get something back in return.. Read More

2. Employee Engagement Vs. Employee Experience

Forbes – There’s always a difference between your intent to engage employees and how they perceive your intentions. Read More

3. The Key to Employee Engagement: Your Net Promoter Score

HR Bartender – Have you ever heard of your Net Promoter Score? Let’s change that. Read More

4. Exploring the Impact of Internal Social Media Usage on Employee Engagement

IPR –  Here’s an interesting study where researchers attempt to link social media use within a company to employee engagement. Read More

5. What really drives employee engagement?

EBN – Trying to put down some hard numbers to what really moves the employee engagement needle. Read More

6. Building Employee Engagement in Bangkok: Pixels and Playfulness

David Zinger – This is an interesting case study about what some are doing in China to increase engagement. Read More

7. The Forgotten Time Between Candidate Experience and Employee Engagement

Recruiting Blogs – This is another great article explaining the difference between the intentions of your engagement activities and what the employees actually experience. Read More

8. One Thing That Matters When Chasing Elusive Employee Engagement

Training – When it all boils down most everything related to work is just about human relationships. Read More

9. The Key to Boosting Employee Engagement

Culture University – Are you tired of all of the conflicting information out there about employee engagement, maybe this article will help you. Read More

10. 3 Reasons Why You Need Transparency for Employee Engagement

SMARP – Transparency. It’s good for government and it’s good for employee engagement. Read More


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