Headlines, PublicNet: 14 May, 2012

Levels of staff engagement are low across all organisations in the UK, but they are particularly low in the public sector.

Research from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development has found that three quarters of employers report a lack of leadership and management skills and too many managers have an inflated opinion of their ability to manage people. In response, the CIPD is urging employers to recognise that just a small increase in capability amongst the UK’s eight million people managers would make a significant contribution to productivity.

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