In 2015, Google conducted a two-year study on team performance to uncover the secret to creating the most effective teams. They evaluated what made an effective team based on that team's productivity - how well its members achieved their goals and targets, how many...
Social capital, the value resulting from trust between individuals, can be eroded through long-term remote work. How can you prevent this?
Over the past months, employee engagement has reached record high levels in many organisations across the globe. Forbes defines employee engagement as "the emotional commitment the employee has to the organization and its goals". Employee Engagement is highly...
Hybrid workforces come with their own communications challenges. What can teams do to prevent these?
The transition to mass remote working has inevitably had a knock-on effect on motivation and productivity. According to our recent survey, one in four workers believe that their productivity has fallen while working from home....
Companies that are well-set to thrive are those who’ve adopted an open and collaborative leadership style. But what does this mean?
In a time when so many people feel unseen and unheard, it’s time to step up and ensure employees view themselves as an integral part of your organisation.
As a leader, you need to observe how engaged your team is, and what causes this level of engagement to change over time – and people analytics can help you do just that.
Unipos’ survey of 300 UK employees and managers indicates that many of us are ready to get back to the office. But employees also found plenty of benefits about working from home.
Managers have to come up with ways to foster employee engagement and productivity. The simplest way to go about this is employee recognition.
Takashi Sato, Managing Director at Unipos, outlines the importance of CSR and why “just giving’” is no longer enough for large companies.
Organisations are introducing solutions to prevent a drop in productivity and employee wellbeing across their decentralised workforce. But often these efforts fall short of a genuine engagement strategy.
The CIPD’s Festival of Work went digital this year, offering a wholly virtual conference experience with speeches, panels, exhibitors and wellbeing offerings. Here are our 5 key takeaways.
Managers have to prepare for a post-pandemic world. Now is the time to bring your workforce together and show them that despite the uncertainties, you have their best interests at heart.
Going remote necessarily forces businesses to change how they communicate and engage with their teams. So, what can businesses do to engage their employees remotely during the crisis?