Slump or Jump?

How will January start for your organisation? will your 2017 start slow, or will you start as you mean to go on - on a high? This latest guide from Edenred reveals what UK employees think about going back to work and what UK managers do to encourage them. It also outlines what you can do to make sure you start 2017 with a bang.

In this guide you can find out:

  • What UK employees honestly think about going back to work after their Christmas break both the positives and the negatives
  • Real, practical guidance on how to motivate your people

Find out more by downloading the guide, click on the download now button to access this exclusive research and guidance from Edenred.

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Author: Edenred UK | Category: Whitepaper | 08/11/2016 | 0

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