Employee Engagement Research Collection
Our work on employee engagement has informed a series of IES reports and papers which have, whilst contributing to the debate, led to a definition of engagement; an engagement measure to be used within attitude surveys; and a diagnostic tool to identify the drivers of engagement.
Robinson D (2014), Engaging Manager Report Series 493
How engaging managers deal with difficult situations at work.
Marvell R, Robinson D, Hirsh W (2014), Engaging Manager Report Series 492
Considers the engaging manager as a developer of people.
Tamkin P, Robinson D (2012), Report 491
Explores the experiences and views of engaged teams.
Robertson Smith G, Robinson D (2012), Report 490
Explores perceptions of engaging managers.
Robinson D, Hayday S (2009), Report 470
Identifies how, in practice, engaging managers behave.
Robertson-Smith G, Markwick C (2009), Report 469
Offers a systematic review of the literature on employee engagement.
Robinson D, Hooker H, Hayday S (2007), Report 447
Tests IES' engagement measure and drivers tool in different settings and sectors.
Robinson D, Perryman S, Hayday S (2004), Report 408
If engagement can be defined and measured, what drives it?