People who feel their work is integral to their lives and identity may actually find it difficult to sustain productivity over long periods of time, new research from Kings Business School suggests.
In ‘The Strengths Book’, author Sally Bibb explores and explains why strengths matter at work, as opposed to weaknesses. In this interview, Bibb tells MARGINALIA how and why deepening your understanding of your strengths can lead to lasting performance improvement, fulfilment and engagement.
A new report released by Leesman, the assessor of workplace effectiveness, analyses how organisations can better support employees by offering an office environment that actually works.
17% of creative professionals and 37% of tech professionals have considered quitting their job because of what their employers make them wear. The study of 2,000 adults has been conducted by fashion discovery website Style Compare.
A new report released by Arch Apprentices reveals the priorities for bosses when it comes to retaining staff and keeping them positive in the workplace.
The mobile employee engagement platform, StaffConnect, has launched a new e-book, ‘Can Technology Solve the Employee Engagement Crisis?’, which explores the drivers and factors that contribute to engagement in the modern enterprise. MARGINALIA spoke with VP of Marketing, Geraldine Osman, to discuss how organisations can bridge the engagement gap through the right use of strategy and technology.
Those enduring change in organisations where jobs are under threat are concerned as much about others as they are of themselves, according to a recent study from a team of researchers at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM).
The Lotus Awards are a revolutionary way to recognise companies with great cultures. There are no categories, no entry requirements, and it’s free to enter. In this interview, James Murphy describes why he created the awards, what sets them apart, and he shares his views on fostering a collaborative culture. MARGINALIA readers are, of course, encouraged to enter their company by the end of March.
Employee engagement software startup, Hive HR, has launched a new coaching and training offering, in response to growing demand from organisations looking to implement employee engagement programmes for the first time or to get more out of existing initiatives, but lack the necessary support.
Senior management seen as remote and distant. Just 16% believe their boss is inspiring. Employees want to engage and be closer to the business.
Some 80 per cent of managers think leaders and managers should be taught how to be compassionate, considerate, and genuinely care for their staff.
A new report published on IZA World of Labor summarizes the latest research indicating that a rise in workers’ happiness leads to an increase in productivity; and companies would profit from investment in their employees’ well-being.
New research reveals what gets workers through the day over the festive period.