A World of Good: Lessons from Around the World in Improving the Employee Experience Gethin J Nadin Author
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A great read and a great message to the world - Ben Whitter, author of Employee ExperienceThis is genuinely one of the best books I have read in a very long time- Ruth Dance, Inspiring WorkplacesI devoured the book in just short of 4 days as it was difficult to put down- Global HR DirectorThis is an incredibly well-researched book on the employee experience and what organisations around the world are doing (or not doing) to engage with them at a human level- Global HR DirectorAbout the Book'A World of Good' is the award-winning, UK Amazon Bestselling book that has inspired HR teams around the world since its first publication in 2017. Sleeping at work, taking long lunch breaks and turning up late are no longer necessarily the characteristics of a lazy worker. Since the middle of the last century, psychologists have been focused on the workplace and the effect it has on us. Thousands of studies have been dedicated to improving the world of work, and in recent years this trend has grown rapidly as the modern employer reacts to changing expectations.Finding ways to improve the lives of employees should be a priority for every employer. More than ever, an organisations front line affects their bottom line. 'A World of Good' brings together some surprising workplace practices from more than fifteen countries, and underpins them with interviews and psychological research.

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