How to move beyond the rhetoric on employee engagement

| January 30, 2017

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The common definition and academic rationale for engagement may be a source of furious debate in HR circles, but everyone can agree that having an engaged workforce is beneficial to the common good. And at the CIPD Employee Engagement Conference, HR professionals shared their experiences, and their missteps, in the quest for greater engagement.

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■ Our Mission Building community through innovative employment services. ■ Our Vision A community in which individuals can foster their work potential and make positive life choices. ■ Our Values • All people must be treated with compassion, dignity and respect. • All people have potential and that potential must be encouraged and nurtured. • People can and do change, and service and/or intervention can influence change. • Those we serve must be free to enter into or withdraw from service at any time. • Accountability to the client, community, funding sources and ourselves is essential. • Continuous self and project development and evaluation is mandatory. • Advocacy for responsive legislation, policy and resources is required.

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