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The Employee Engagement Programme team

The Employee Engagement Team was awarded the 2010 Cabinet Office Project and Programme Management Award.

Last updated - 28th September 2010

The Employee Engagement Team sits within the Efficiency and Reform Group and is part of the Civil Service Capability Group in the Cabinet Office. The role of the Civil Service Capability Group is to strengthen the effectiveness of the Civil Service’s organisations, leaders and workforce to deliver Government business priorities and improve public services. In keeping with this remit, the employee engagement programme was established to help drive productivity and improve employee health and wellbeing across the Civil Service.

Team objectives:

  • To provide a consistent set of measures for employee engagement across the Civil Service

  • To reduce the cost of engagement surveys across the Civil Service

  • To support organisations in the successful delivery of the annual Civil Service People Survey

  • To manage the supplier contract and coordinate the programme across the Civil Service

  • To identify areas of best practice in employee engagement from within the public and private
    sectors and encourage sharing of learning across the Civil Service

  • To embed the concept and practice of proactive employee engagement across all levels of
    Civil Service leadership and management

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For more information about what the team do, contact:

eep@cabinet-office.x.gsi.gov.uk