What does it mean to provide a great employee experience, and how do you go about improving yours?…Keep Reading
Posts About Employee Engagement
Losing a top performer hurts, and it's an increasingly common issue in the modern workforce. A study by SAP and Oxford Economics revealed that one in five high performers are likely to leave their jobs within the next six months — and less than half are satisfied with their jobs.…Keep Reading
The benefits of attaining a high level of employee morale are phenomenal; luckily, building morale isn't as difficult as some believe.…Keep Reading
Do you feel respected at work?
Greeting people on the street, in the store, at the gym, or even in the workplace can seem like such a chore for some people. But what many forget is that saying “good morning” isn’t just being polite. By saying “good morning,” one person is showing respect for another person, not just by greeting them, but by simply acknowledging that they exist.…Keep Reading
Introducing new technology in your organization isn’t always easy. There are many considerations, from finding the right tool for your needs (i.e., communication, marketing, or engagement), to gaining leadership buy-in, and launching it. To make sure you get the most from the time and energy you invest in rolling a new technology out, we put together a list of tried and tested tips that are sure to make a positive impact.…Keep Reading
Although sometimes dismissed as another modern perk designed to attract talent, remote working arrangements don't just benefit employees. A solid remote work program's potential for cost savings position it uniquely as a win-win, both for employees and the organizations they work for.…Keep Reading
With all the talk, hype, suggestions, practices, and training that goes into keeping employees engaged, it’s troubling that disengagement is still an issue in so many organizations — especially considering the significant bottom line impact it can have.…Keep Reading
72 percent of employees across the world get praise less than once per week.…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.