employee engagement

CEO Tony Latter joins the government’s ‘People Survey Focus Group’

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Our CEO Tony Latter is delighted to be a part of the governments initiative to tackle employee engagement at The Department of Energy and Climate Change (The DECC).

The People Survey 2015 for DECC returned a slight 1% drop against the engagement index compared to 2014. Any drop in employee engagement, however small, is a worry because it can indicate staff are feeling less motivated, less engaged in their work and therefore less likely to ‘go the extra mile’. This can have a negative impact on individual, team and organisation performance and productivity.

Essential to identifying the interventions to improve employee engagement is understanding the barriers that make people feel that they are not engaged in their work, team or organisation. This is where Tony and his fellow peers aim to give clarity on what these barriers are.

Tony Latter

CEO and Co-Founder of The Happiness Index – Tony is passionate about helping organisations utilise technology to improve engagement and increase retention rates. With 13 years’ experience of growing companies, working in new business acquisition and managing teams, Tony learnt early about the importance of listening to and acting upon the feedback from his team to increase productivity and revenue. His belief is “Create the right environment to work in and people will naturally excel” – benefiting customers, employees and employers alike.

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