FTSE 100 companies due to report employee engagement level

My latest post was about the metrics that can be used in order to assess a decrease in engagement levels. I expanded that post from a slide extracted from one of my workshops on designing retention and recognition schemes – and the metrics all came from my experience at past companies and also, common sense…

Which metrics indicate a decrease in employee engagement ?

I have written about employee engagement in the past, and how pay is only one component of what motivates employees and drives them to greater discretionary effort… and therefore greater results for the organisation. It is actually easier to identify signs of decrease in employee engagement than to track positive KPIs of engagement (unless you’re…

Catch up on the Human Assets Middle East Summit 2012

I was honoured to be one of the speakers at Naseba’s 7th Annual Human Assets Expansion – Middle East Summit. The conference turned out to be one of the best I have ever, attended in the region. The speakers were knowledgeable and entertaining, the audience was very active and engaged, there was enough time for…

Will you meet me at these HR and Compensation events ?

I am delighted to announce that I have been invited to speak at 2 upcoming conferences that will take place in Dubai soon. At the Human Assets Expansion Middle East Summit (May 21 to 23, 2012), I will present a keynote about aligning Performance Management with the business strategy. I have not finalised my presentation…

Emiratisation and Compensation & Benefits – part II

In my previous post I covered the basic elements that Compensation professionals can use in order to support emiratisation efforts in their organisation : salary ranges, allowances, KPIs and incentives. Today we will look at other aspects that you can focus on. Performance management Do you want to have different, and somewhat easier, objectives and…