employee engagement

30.09
Lauren Gatt
employee engagement

Developing More Inclusive Organisations

Progressive organisations are increasingly seeing diversity as a key part of their strategy rather than a tick-the-box exercise.This shift in thinking is largely

28.09
Peter Langford
employee engagement

Dr Peter Langford provided an update on the trends within the higher education sector at the 2016 Universities HR Benchmarking Conference hosted by the Australian Higher Education Industrial Association (AHEIA) in Melbourne. Pete and Stuart Andrews, Executive Director of AHEIA, announced the 2016 AHEIA/Voice Project “Change Awards” at the conference dinner.

16.08
Frank Basile
employee engagement

Council Staff Survey

On a freezing winter’s day at 6 in the morning I recently travelled to a Council depot to present employee engagement survey results to their outdoor staff.

07.06
Louise Parkes
employee engagement

Rightly, schools focus on the environment they provide for student learning and development. This endeavour, however, can overshadow the fact that they are also a work environment for staff – one which can promote or undermine staff engagement, wellbeing and performance.

17.12
Cameron Dougall
employee engagement

Research institutes have an important role in our society. Breakthroughs in science, for example, have led to and will continue to lead to life-changing advances in technology and medicine. Our research shows that employees within research institutes are highly engaged and generally more satisfied with a wide range of HR and management practices compared with most University employees.

29.07
Peter Langford
employee engagement

Many authors and consultants are promoting the concept of generational differences and the potential value to organisations if they undertake interventions targeting specific age groups and generational cohorts. We believe, however, there is more sizzle than substance in this topic.

14.04
Cindy Leung
employee engagement

Over the last few years, sessional academic staff (sometimes referred as casual academics) have become an increasingly significant proportion of the workforce in Australian universities. A recent study reported that sessional academics accounted for approximately 60% of the academic workforce in Australia.

24.07
Louise Parkes
employee engagement

At the 2014 Aged and Community Services NSW and ACT State Awards for Excellence, Voice Project was privileged to present The Royal Freemasons' Benevolent Institution (RBFI) with the Award for Exceptional Human Resource Management. All of the finalists demonstrated strong support for staff training and development to improve quality of care, and to improve promotion and retention of staff.

02.04
Peter Langford
employee engagement

A recent discussion on LinkedIn, started by the Australian Human Resources Institute, asked the question "Does employee engagement affect productivity?".

14.11
Frank Basile
employee engagement

Recently Voice Project was engaged to deliver an employee engagement survey within an Australian university. The university had previously run their employee surveys internally but wanted to switch to Voice Project to take advantage of our extensive sector benchmarks.

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