In an era where talent is hard to find, engagement is weak and every employee has a platform for making their views known, companies must re-envision their people as “consumers on the inside,” building relationships that are two-way, authentic and grounded in trust. It’s paramount to find unconventional ways to earn employees’ and prospects’ attention to capture both hearts and minds.
Weber Shandwick, in partnership with our global management consultancy, United Minds, brings together organizational psychologists, strategic counselors, creative experts and digital gurus to help our clients do just that. With experience working for some of the world’s best-known companies, we’re masters at aligning employees — whether they’re at a desk, in a factory or on the road — around a shared purpose and vision for the future. Our work inspires discretionary effort and recommitment and helps turn employees into your strongest advocates.
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May 29, 2019
Employee Activism In The Age Of Purpose: Employees (up)rising
Weber Shandwick, in partnership with United Minds and KRC Research, has released Employee Activism in the Age of Purpose: Employees (UP)Rising as an expansion upon Weber’s extensive work on corporate activism. While our previous research focuses on the impact of CEO activism on consumers, technology professionals and marketing and communications leaders, this latest study explores a movement in which employees are speaking up about their employers.
Employee Engagement Team
Kate Bullinger, Global
Executive Vice President and Global Lead, Employee Engagement & Change Management
Sarah Clayton, The Americas
Executive Vice President, Employee Engagement, Corporate
Mabel Phoon, Asia Pacific
Executive Vice President, Client Experience
Stephen Duncan, EMEA
Director, Employee Engagement & Change Management, EMEA, WS CFPA