Clients take top honours at the Employee Engagement Awards!
Organisations that trust People Insight with their employee engagement programmes take this stuff seriously – and achieve lasting results. We know this from our data (the average client sees a 7% increase in engagement over 2 years), but it is even better to see it recognised in these prestigious Awards.
All the photos from the night can be found here.
Employee engagement company of the year – Southampton FC
Congratulations to Southampton Football Club, awarded the overall Company of the Year Award jointly with HomeServe, at last night’s gala ceremony at Wembley Stadium. The two organisations fought off stiff competition and were congratulated for their incredible work.
Said Michelle Butler, HR Director, Southampton FC,
“We are absolutely delighted! Over the last 4 years we have all worked incredibly hard to embed our values into everything we do. We are constantly learning, listening to our people, striving to improve our performance both on and off the pitch. It’s great to take this recognition home – everyone in the club has played their part.”
Southampton FC were also highly commended for their Employer Brand award entry.
Read more about what Southampton FC do in the case study here.
Tom Debenham, our MD said:
“The quality of entries has again been astounding, showing a shift towards employee engagement as business as usual. Organisations have developed strong internal capability. Instead of looking for single magic bullets, they are taking fully integrated approaches that start before recruitment and extend through the employee journey. When you see the employee experience being led from the C-suite as we increasingly do, you know it’s serious stuff.”
Employer brand winner – Arrow Business Communications
Another winner that we love working with is Arrow Business Communications, who picked up the Employer Brand Award, for their incredible work creating and implementing the #ARROWVISION brand.
Said the judging panel about Arrow’s entry,
“Absolutely fantastic results. Particularly the engagement survey score and reduction in staff turnover and resulting cost savings. Some quantifiable measures to be truly proud of!”
Not for profit highly commended – CRUK
Cancer Research UK were highly commended in the not for profit employee engagement category, for their ‘Manager Insight’ project. This set out to ensure that all employees have a positive experience of being line managed at CRUK, therefore driving engagement levels across the organisation.
Read more about Manager Insight in the CRUK case study here.
PPL are highly commended in two categories
PPL have achieved a string of Employee Engagement Award accolades over the last few years and were highly commended for both Leadership and Customer engagement.
Read PPLs previous case study here .
The Employee Engagement Awards honours those organisations that put workforce engagement at the heart of their business strategy. This year’s winners demonstrate how far-reaching Employee Engagement is today. They span manufacturing, banking, IT, pharmaceuticals, retail, the NHS, service companies, transport and the sporting world.
Founder and CEO Matt Manners, said:
“Congratulations to all our winners. This year the entries really have proven the transformational value that focusing on the employee experience can deliver. Not only do engaged employees help develop a clear competitive advantage but will also help their organisations to navigate a world facing continuous change.”
Photos and interviews with winners can be found at https://www.ee-awards.com/influencers/
Learn from the fantastic case studies
At the EE awards conference on March 1, 2018 winners, highly commended organisations and finalists from a wide range of businesses and sectors will be presenting their case studies. The conference will provide practical advice to help engagement professionals achieve better employee engagement results.
Discounted EE Awards conference tickets
You can register by visiting https://www.ee-awards.com/conferences/ (scroll down to BOOKING)
People Insight have secured a discount code: PEOPLEINSIGHT which will give you 66% off your ticket price.
The full list of EE Awards 2017 winners
Well done to everyone who made it as a finalist. You are all winners in our eyes!
The Employee Engagement Company of the Year Award
- Winners – Southampton Football Club & HomeServe
- Highly Commended – IG Design Group
People Insight Enterprise Award
- Winner – The Royal Bank of Scotland Group
- Highly Commended – Marks and Spencer, Boehringer Ingelheim
- Winner – Lawn Tennis Association
- Highly Commended – Involvement Packaging
- Winner – NHS Business Services Authority
- Highly Commended – The Royal Bank of Scotland Group
Reward & Recognition Award
- Winner – NIIT Technologies
- Highly Commended – Plusnet, Tata Consultancy Services
Inclusion & Diversity Award
- Winner – Post Office Ltd
- Highly Commended – FanDuel
Unsung Hero Award
- Winner – Mike Boyle – First Bus
- Highly Commended – Shona Sullivan – Capita
Employer Brand Award
- Winner – Arrow Business Communications
- Highly Commended – Southampton Football Club
Internal Communications Award
- Winner – Involvement Packaging
- Highly Commended – Centrica, Inspired Thinking Group
Social Responsibility Award
- Winner – GSK
- Highly Commended – RB
- Winner – Time Inc.
- Highly Commended – PPL
- Winner – livin
- Highly Commeded – Cancer Research UK
Public Sector Award
- Winner – University of Lincoln
- Highly Commended – Ministry of Justice
Customer Engagement Award
- Winner – Fitness First
- Highly Commended – PPL
Best Use of Technology Award
- Winner – Nissan
- Highly Commended – Marks and Spencer
Consultancy of the Year Award
- Winner – H&H
- Highly Commended – Dragonfish, Instinctif Partners
Vendor of the Year Award
- Winner – Benefex
- Highly Commended – Peakon, LifeWorks
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