Improving the Bottom Line in Manufacturing - Maximising Human Capital: Employee Engagement

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Whilst working closely with manufacturing companies over the last 20 years, Assess Improve Measure Ltd has identified six key areas improving the bottom line in manufacturing. “Employee Engagement” is the second article in a series that highlights critical issues within those areas

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Innovation and trust are the two key ingredients for developing human capital

The UK Government’s 2009 report ‘Engaging for Success’, captures findings from various studies and presents a compelling business case for improving employee engagement. The evidence of the report confirms a strong relationship between engagement and financial performance, including:
26% higher revenue per employee,
Operating income levels increased by 19%
13% higher total returns to shareholders over five years.

Assess Improve Measure Ltd have now incorporated the Employee Engagement assessment into the Strategic Realignment Program (SRP) standard modules, based upon the last eleven years’ experience when working in manufacturing SME’s.
“Innovation and trust are the two key ingredients for developing human capital” commented John Sanders, Director of Assess Improve Measure Ltd.
Sanders, continued “The SRP is part of a larger framework for embedding an engaged culture into an organisation. It enables the users of the programme to be effective in leading and managing staff to cut waste, enables innovative and creative teamwork and improves customer advocacy, providing World Class compliance across the enterprise.”

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