Since employees were instructed to work from home, a topic that has been high on the agenda for HR leaders is engagement, with many questioning how to maintain high levels remotely. This comes as research commissioned by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) discovered back in July that one in ten actively dislike their job, citing boredom, colleagues and a lack of praise as the main reasons. In addition, the same study revealed that more than half of the 2,000 respondents feel ‘stuck’ in their role for the foreseeable future, indicating a worrying trend of decreasing employee engagement. And there are business benefits too when it comes to boosting engagement; data from FastTrack360 previously found that 71% of business executives cited employee engagement...
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