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Employee Engagement - WIFI Model Employee Engagement - WIFI Model Presentation Transcript

    • WIFI model:
    • Well-being
    • Information
    • Fairness
    • Involvement
    Engagement Culture
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  • Well Being
    • Corporate social responsibilities
    • Employee Branding
    • Organization values
    • Work Life Balance
    • Flexible Working
    • Employee Welfare
    • Job Design
    • Feeling Valued
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  • Information
    • A clear sense of direction
    • Developing a vision of the future
    • Communicating the vision in an engaging manner
    • Strategic goals
    • Keeping people informed
    • Making information interactive (intranet)
    • Personal present and impact
  • Fairness
    • Respecting the individuals
    • Recruitment and selection
    • Induction
    • Performance management
    • Learning and Development
    • Career Developing and Succession Planning
    • Talent Management
    • Reward and Recognition
  • Involvement
    • The role of line managers
    • Coaching and facilitation skills
    • Involvement with other teams
    • Involvement with senior managers
    • Senior Managers as role models
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