The Employee Engagement Blueprint: employee engagement made simple (Emma Alcock) From Emma Alcock I learned a new model of whole person engagement with two emotional elements - Does it connect with me? Does it fire me up? Quite simply yes. Kit and Caboodle it's all here, off-the-shelf for the executive lead - 'why,' 'what' and … Continue reading Book Review – The Employee Engagement Blueprint
Those of us without very strong political leanings are in danger of sleepwalking into being represented by those who have no interest in our views.
Full text of UCU general secretary Sally Hunt's speech to Congress 2018 Source: UCU general secretary Congress 2018 speech
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Good Morning Conference. I am Branch Secretary of UCU - University & College Union - at Newcastle College and I am proud to sit on both its National Executive and its Further Education Committee. I would like to thank Tony Dowling and the organisers for inviting me to speak to you here today. Our theme … Continue reading Building Strong Unions Conference #TUC150
The Grenfell fire is totemic of the politics of neo-liberalism and the drive for profit over any other human consideration. As such totem, it is beyond a local issue and is etched on the national consciousness – the refusal to take health and safety seriously, the shear and unnecessary loss of human life, of working … Continue reading Response to Grenfell
Mince Pies & Misery This December our UCU Branch at Newcastle College convened an open meeting to discuss George Osborne’s Comprehensive Spending Review and the implications for Further Education. In this democracy, that is our UCU branch – Neal our Branch Secretary said to me, “You can welcome people to our meeting and I’ll do … Continue reading Mince Pies and Misery