Employee voice

Four ways to strategically focus on employee wellbeing

At the CIPD Annual Conference and Exhibition speakers throughout day one explained how they are focusing on employee wellbeing in a values-driven strategic way

Employers failing to give staff a voice at work

Employees feel unable to share their concerns on workplace issues, which is affecting their wellbeing and job satisfaction

Only a third feel able to innovate at work

Only a third (33%) of UK employees feel empowered to innovate, according to research from Accenture

Tech employees now more likely to be whistleblowers

Almost half (46%) of tech workers are more likely to report any wrongdoing now than they were before various scandals hit their sector, according to research from Indeed?

Employee data can create more questions than answers

Gathering as much data as possible isn't the key to understanding an organisation's health, according to employee measurement and insights lead at BP Laura Hammett

The 12 months of 2018: July

It's been an eventful year for HR-related issues hitting the headlines. Our 12 Days of Christmas countdown revisits each month's most notable happenings

Corporate governance reforms push for employee voice

?The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has updated its code of corporate standards to give greater powers to workers on boards

Case study: Virgin Media’s employee voice structure

Employee voice is something Virgin Media takes very seriously

Breaking the silence: Employee voice

Employees want their opinions and concerns heard at a strategic level, but there’s no one-voice-fits-all method

"Employee voice" is a key to a successful business, says Nita Clarke

In this changing business world, unleashing and releasing employee voice is essential in developing the economic growth we all want to see, according to Nita Clarke, director of the Involvement and...