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It had to happen: the backlash against employee opinion surveys, engagement surveys, morale surveys, call them what you will. The sound you hear on the blogosphere in places such as HR Capitalist and Employee Engagement Network is a crescendo of voices saying that surveys are just so 1990, they are done with, finished, they never were that useful anyway. We read of the thud of massive survey result feedback books arriving on organizations’ doormats once each year and everyone groaning that they have to, once again, wade through all this data. As I look at the people who are saying this, there is a mix. Some have done ...
Though the underlying principles have been studied for decades, the concept of “employee engagement” has only been around for 20 years; it was first championed by organizational psychologist William A. Kahn in 1990. And it’s only really broken into the mainstream in the 21st century, becoming a buzz phrase that has found its way into just about every human resources department in the last decade. In a nutshell, employee engagement is the idea that workers are happier and perform better when they have, as the start-up casualties used to say, “drunk the kool-aid.” It’s the total buy-in, an ... Read More
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