Authored by Louise Parkes and Lauren Gatt.
As a research based consultancy, it’s always been important that Voice Project offers solutions that are backed by scientific research and meet the needs of our clients.
Over the past few years we have seen HR managers shift their title to directors of “People & Culture”. At the same time, scrutiny into ethical failures across many industries has been prompting leaders to re-think how they assess and govern organisational culture.
Dr Louise Parkes has previously shared our research findings regarding the current state of diversity and key drivers for improving workplace diversity in a breakfast event.
When running an engagement survey we want to get the response rate as high as possible. There are many reasons for this:
A successful employee engagement survey can be difficult to achieve. Sometimes it seems a success to get the survey questions signed off by key sponsors, or to release the results out to managers. While these are milestones in a successful project, they aren’t sufficient achievements on their own.
While many of us would be aware of the negative consequences of poor work, health and safety, including a loss of productivity and medical costs, you may