Company culture doesn’t stop at the office door. The way employees travel says a lot about their organization’s values.…Keep Reading
72 percent of employees across the world get praise less than once per week.…Keep Reading
People no longer stay at companies for life. They want to work where they have freedom to use their preferred apps, tools, and devices, and in an environment that allows them to work on their own terms, inside or outside of the office, and with flexible hours that fit their busy personal lives.…Keep Reading
We have all seen emotion at work: occasionally someone cries or yells, and everyone shares an uncomfortable moment. Of course, we ourselves are rational, and know how to separate personal feelings from business.
Employee voice is crucial for high performance and innovation, yet leaders continue to silence and disengage their employees unknowingly.
Bubbles form around management that reinforce beliefs that their communication is sufficient, yet modern research suggests otherwise.…Keep Reading
A startup is an interesting place to work and, as such, it attracts a different type of employee, most of whom are energetic and driven self-starters.
However, startups also tend to put more stress on employees than established businesses, with employees often taking on the job of two or three people in addition to dealing with regular concerns about funding and the life of the company.
When responsibilities become too great, employees burn out.
You know staff appreciation is important to your organization's success — there's really no debate or controversy on that point anymore.
So you decided to implement some employee appreciation ideas you found in a guide.
Maybe you brought the team some donuts one day with a deliciously clever note about how you "donut" know what you'd do without them, or announced an employee of the month during an all-hands meeting.
Despite all that effort, you're still not seeing the cornucopia of benefits you were promised, and only a handful of employees even seem like they want to participate.
Why is that?…Keep Reading
Chief Human Resources Officers believe that high-potential employees are 91 percent more valuable to their organizations than average employees, so it is no surprise that HR's main concern is retaining them.…Keep Reading
There are plenty of guides and advice on keeping full-time employees motivated and engaged, but what about contingent workers? As the contingent workforce trends larger and larger across the world, this becomes an increasingly significant question to answer.…Keep Reading
Your organization's employee turnover rate can have a major impact on its trajectory, and if you're having trouble with it, you're not alone.
Despite its important place in a successful operation, turnover is still one area even the best companies struggle with. Luckily, the struggle isn't mandatory, even if it is common.
Let's take a few minutes to explore turnover — what triggers it, and some easy ways to improve.…Keep Reading