Strong employee engagement is one route to improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the public sector, while also ensuring that the voices of all employees are heard. There are likely to be challenges involved in implementing this in a meaningful way so as to drive and achieve ongoing...
19. Increase employee engagement
We want to measure and increase Public Service employee engagement. This means, we want to:
- listen better to our employees;
- consider their opinions;
- value their contributions; and
- make sure their views are taken on board.
Please tell us
Do you have ideas about how we could engage more with and listen better to our employees?
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