Staff engagement

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Staff engagement is a key element needed to help the NHS meet the range of challenges that it faces. By involving staff in decisions and communicating clearly with them, organisations can seek to maintain and improve staff morale, especially during periods of difficulty and change.

Primarily aimed at the HR audience, NHS managers and clinicians, our range of information, tools and resources can help you develop and improve your staff engagement levels.

To help you understand more about staff engagement we highlight some of the new and innovative techniques being used across the NHS and beyond to help you achieve and maintain greater levels of engagement with your staff. You will also find research from experts in the field on the benefits of staff engagement.

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The NHS Staff Survey

The NHS Staff Survey is the largest survey of staff opinion in the UK. Staff are given the opportunity annually to share their views of experiences at work.

Staff engagement resources

Staff Engagement resource library

Our user friendly resource library will help you quickly find the tools you need to develop, maintain and improve staff engagement in your organisation.

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