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Building Employee Engagement in an age of Transparency and Feedback Culture

Building Employee Engagement in an age of Transparency
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In this webinar we spoke to Ravi Edwars from Glassdoor and Andrew Webb from Morgan McKinley UK about the investing in buidling a strong corporate culture. The lack thereeof is seriously handicapping your organisation’s ability to attract and retain great talent or even compete in the marketplace.

Not surprisingly, happier, more content workers increase workplace productivity, drive higher company profits and make it easier for their organisation to recruit great talent.

But what inspires those employees to do better work, actively suggest company improvements and become de facto brand ambassadors?

Key takeaways:

  • How to encourage and ensure employees in your team share the company's overall mission and understands their role in realising it
  • Why soliciting and responding to employee feedback inspires positive organisational changes, from culture to work-life balance.
  • What to consider if you want to outperform the market in terms of employee engagement and attraction


The hosts:

Andrea Webb, People Director, Morgan McKinley

Andrea has been with Morgan McKinley since 2008. Her role as People Director encompasses the delivery of the Morgan McKinley people strategy, which is about attracting, motivating, engaging and developing exceptional talent across our global business.  Her passion is people so there is no better place to work than Morgan McKinley, which is all about people!

Ravi Edwards, UK Client Relationship Director, Glassdoor

Ravi Edwards is UK Sales Manager at Glassdoor, the career community that helps people find jobs and companies they love whilst addressing critical questions that come up during the search, application, interview and negotiation phases of employment. Ravi joined Glassdoor in 2014 as becoming the second member of Glassdoor in the UK at the time. Prior to Glassdoor, Ravi lived in New York for five years. He joined as they launched a New York office before being relocated to London to kickstart the EMEA efforts for Indeed as their first UK and international employee.