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Employee Happiness
1.1 The Workplace Happiness e-Book
1.2 Five Questions for Happiness at Work and Home
1.3 Happiness Is a Serious Business
1.4 Radio Podcasts for Engagement
2.1 Achieving high levels of employee happiness
2.2 The Least Loyal Employees
2.3 Best Companies to Work For
2.4 Which Companies Win on Employee Loyalty against Competitors?
2.5 Examples of Employee Happiness-related Awards Source and links
2.6 Biggest Companies Ranked on How Quickly Employees Jump Ship
3.1 Implementing a Martini Culture
3.2 Allied Irish Bank
3.3 Alcoa Power and Propulsion
3.4 Meeting the Public Services Challenge
3.5 Successful Employee Engagement by the NHS
4.1 Global Human Capital Trends 2016
4.2 The 10 Essential Pillars of Employee Engagement
4.3 Employee Wellbeing Leading to Engagement
5.1 7 Ways to Improve Employee Satisfaction
5.2 Designing Employee Engagement Activities for Your Business
5.3 Management Study Guide: On-line Education Provider
5.4 NHS Staff Engagement Toolkit
5.5 Enhancing Performance through Employee Engagement
5.6 Eleven Secrets to Keeping Employees Happy
6.1 Improving Employee Experience Using People Analytics
6.2 Happiness at Work
6.3 Is Employee Engagement Really Worth it?
6.4 What Workers REALLY Want
6.5 Workplace Health: Self-Assessment
6.6 40 Survey Questions You Can Use Right Now
6.7 The Global and Real-time State of Employee Engagement
6.8 Employee Surveys: The Complete Guide
6.9 Employee Engagement: Self-Assessment
6.10 Flexible Work Arrangements: Self-Assessment
7. What do business leaders say about employee happiness?
 

3.2 Potential Best Practice Partner: Allied Irish Bank (AIB) Case Study


Source: engageforsuccess.org (date of information: 2014)
Download (PDF) : MakingAIB a great place to work again
Application/Key Learning Points: Most organisations would benefit from reading this short case study. After the financial crisis in 2007, the number of staff at AIB was cut from 24,000 to 11,000, and 70 branches were closed. The CEO realised that only people could make the difference and turn the company around. The case study outlines how AIB re-engaged with its employees and, by doing so, returned to underlying profitability: from a pre-tax loss of €3.73bn in 2012, the bank made a €1.1bn profit in 2014.

 

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