Employee Engagement

  • Whistle While You Work

                      Organisations need to review their ethical standards and internal communications policies as governments encourage whistleblowing and around a third of employees say that they would leak unethical behaviour by their employer.                       As well as increasing…

  • Weathering the Brexit storms with Change Management best practice

                    The breakneck and sometimes surprising developments that are playing out on the UK political stage in the wake of the EU referendum have underscored the truth in the oft repeated mantra: ‘change is the only constant’. FTI Consulting takes a look at leading people through change and…

  • Changes in professional services: are they affecting talent retention and engagement?

    Firms in the professional services industry are experiencing dramatic changes as they respond to evolving client demands. Since these firms define themselves by the quality of their people — the urgency of keeping and attracting the best talent is more intense than ever. FTI Consulting recently surveyed full-time employees working in the professional services sector,…

  • Trends Driving M&A in the TMT Sector

    Last year saw a significant increase in the level of M&A activity in the TMT sector and expectations are high for a repeat in 2015. The advancements in technology and cheap finance are driving deal making, especially in the telecoms and technology space where convergence is leading to a plethora of new types of deals.…

  • Strong Employee Engagement is First Line of Data Defence Against Cyber Crime

    One in four employees believe data theft is a victimless crime. Companies that don’t turn around this mindset could see their own reputations at risk, says Lucy L.M. Phillips, Managing Director and Employee Engagement and Change Communications Practice Lead, at FTI Consulting, London. Companies are engaged in an ongoing battle to control information. Some data…

  • Where are your greatest risks of data theft?

    CLOSER THAN YOU MIGHT THINK… The greatest risk to your data is internal – your own employees The media is regularly awash with stories of cyber theft. Headlines abound with analysis of faceless ‘hacktivist’ groups such as Anonymous, or state sponsored military units in North Korea. For many businesses, such threats may seem far away…

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