Measurement Methods for Employee Engagement
In this paper, find insights on how to estimate employee engagement at the workplace to aid your understanding of how to improve it. We shed light on diverse processes and modern strategies in the hopes of enabling leadership to better estimate engagement levels.
28th Oct 2020
State of Engagement - Engagement In Corporate Organisations
Feature 1 of our employee engagement white paper series concentrates on the condition of engagement in corporate organisations.
12th Oct 2020
Working from Home: Pros & Cons and Different Arrangements
Despite initial opinions, flexible work arrangements such as working from home and remotely are continuing on from the third quarter of 2020 and even into the fourth quarter of the year. If the workforce and organisations are to remain agile in their respective industries, it is important to recognise the SWOT factors of working from home or remote working.
25th Sep 2020
Working From Home: Overcoming Challenges & Developing Ways to Success
In our 4th paper on working from home, we identify the challenges of working from home or remote working - especially for countries that are unprepared for these new ways of working. What are the challenges and how can we develop effective practices to address these?
1st Jul 2020
Working From Home as the New Normal: How Ready Are You?
In our second paper, we spoke about how remote working, or working from home is not a new trend per se, but instead had been accelerated and imposed by the circumstances the world had to face due to the COVID pandemic. This next paper explores this new normal, and how ready are companies and individuals to embrace it?
1st Jun 2020
Working From Home: A New Normal or Existing trend?
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, many of us are seeing working from home become the new normal. It has become a new trend that the wave of pandemic has washed up on our shores - but is it really so?
15th May 2020
New Norms of Working: Driving Engagement in a Virtual World
For many, working from home has become the norm due to government-imposed movement control orders. During this time, virtual meetings have grown in popularity and will likely continue to be the number one method of communicating post-COVID-19. This pandemic has created a massive disruption and established new working norms. What does this mean for employees and organisations? To seek clarity, Leaderonomics conducted research on the impact of working from home.
1st May 2020