PeopleValue Employee Engagement Round Table Key Takeaways

Posted at 12:00 pm on July 27th, 2018

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PeopleValue Employee Engagement Round Table – 27 June, Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons

We’d like to thank our guests at our most recent Employee Engagement Roundtable, held at the end of June.  It was a glorious summer’s day and the venue, “Le Manoir”, as us locals like to refer to it, was looking splendid!

The day started with a sumptuous breakfast followed by interesting and at times, lively debate amongst the HR, Engagement and Reward professionals attending the event.  There were three topics that were debated at length.  

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Communicating with remote workers

We discussed a range of ways to tackle the knotty problem of how to communicate with employees that typically do not sit in one place all day.  Several of the delegates shared their best practice principles and what had worked well for their organisation.

Long service awards

In fact, most of us thought that rather than long service awards we should instead be thinking of loyalty rewards. The days of a job for life have long gone, and yet, we still think of 10, 20 & 25 years as milestones, and while they undoubtedly are, perhaps there is something more positive we could be celebrating rather than simply ticking off the years.

Bringing benefits to life

The perennial problem of getting employees to engage with benefits has been frustrating HR people for years. Again the group shared ideas.  As with so many things in life, it’s all about communication and the method of communication.

We’ll be sharing some of the discussion points together with our own take on the topics in the coming weeks, so watch this space for more details. 

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