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  • The ICE Regulations 10 Years OnIn this article, Sir Brendan Barber, Chair of ACAS outlines the importance of using a variety of communication channels and representative structures to achieve benefits from voice for both employees and employers, but that employers need to recognize that while the 'quantity' of voice and representation is very important, so too is the quality of voice for improving employment relationships.
  • Increasing workplace productivity through employee involvementIn this article, Prof Stephen Wood outlines the important of employee involvement to increase productivity. His research on the 2004 and 2011 Workplace Employment Relations Survey (WERS) showed that while role-involvement increased job satisfaction, both organisational-involvement and role-involvement increased productivity, quality and financial performance. Contrary to most research findings, his study showed that organisational-involvement and role-involvement were not correlated and that they may have d
  • News in Brief - July 2015All the latest news from the world of employee engagement and industrial relations.
  • Productivity: what part can employee engagement play?Originally published by ACAS as part of their Policy Discussion papers, this article by David MacLeod OBE, Nita Clarke OBE investigates why UK has a productivity deficit, and looks at some of the factors that might address the problem. The authors recommend that to increase productivity and drive innovation, organisations need to better engage with their employees.
  • A new deal at work The ICE Regulations 10 years onIn this article, Tony Burke, Assistant General Secretary of Unite, looks at how the Information and Consultation of Employees Regulations have impacted the UK labour market, and why they haven't had more of an influence. He calls for a 'new deal at work', including reform of the ICE Regs, so that they can better promote voice for employees in the workplace.