Zachary Chertok — June 10, 2019 — June 10, 2019 Aberdeen has found that 68% of companies (and growing) are concerned about low or declining employee engagement. Since the 2008-09 financial crisis, employee engagement has been a focal point category in HCM leading employers to consider all of its angles from corporate culture to employment … Continue reading Can We Meet Employees on Their Terms?
Paul Keijzer — June 3, 2019 Follow @Paul_Keijzer — June 3, 2019 Myriams-Fotos / Pixabay “Train people well enough so they can leave, treat them well enough so they don’t.” — Richard Branson No matter what one’s job may be, it requires them to be removed from their personal life for the majority of the … Continue reading Top Work Perks to Keep Employees Happy
Sara Staffaroni — May 15, 2019 — May 15, 2019 niekverlaan / Pixabay Employee satisfaction surveys are becoming common practice in companies that want to be at the top of their industry. That’s because it’s no longer enough for employees to simply show up for work, they have to also be satisfied and engaged with … Continue reading Employee Satisfaction Surveys: How to Keep Teams Happy and Thriving
Liz Kislik — April 26, 2019 Follow @lizkislik — April 26, 2019 No job is meant to be “until death do us part.” Employment is a theoretical deal: The employer is willing to pay a certain amount of money for an employee’s successful execution of a set of roles and responsibilities. But often these relationships … Continue reading This is What to Do if an Employment Relationship Deteriorates
Ingrid Catlin — April 15, 2019 Follow @blueingy — April 15, 2019 When structuring your channel incentives program, you may be uncertain how long promotions should last in order to get optimal results. Make it too long and the novelty may wear off so participants lose their drive to succeed. Make it too short and … Continue reading 5 Tips for Setting Effective Channel Incentive Time Frames
Janet Fouts — April 9, 2019 Follow @jfouts — April 9, 2019 In a recent report from the Harvard Business School (The Caring Company) less than 25% of employers say that being a caregiver impacts the performance of employees. Wow, that’s simply obtuse when over 80% of employees surveyed said that caregiving had impacted … Continue reading Employee Benefits Programs Missing the Mark?
John Hall — March 17, 2019 Follow @JohnHallCOMO — March 17, 2019 Young job hoppers only jump ship when another company offers more money, right? Not exactly. According to a new infographic published by SCORE, four out of five employees appreciate better benefits — to a pay raise. That doesn’t mean top employees are content … Continue reading 8 Unusual Rewards Employees Appreciate More Than Raises
Elizabeth Williams — January 28, 2019 Follow @bizmkter — January 28, 2019 Last time we looked at the five stages of employee survey grief. This is the part where the executive team grapples with the discomfort of learning that, despite all kinds of warm intent, the employees are really no more “engaged” than last year. … Continue reading Why You Need to Kill Your Annual Employee Survey
Esther Cohen — December 28, 2018 — December 28, 2018 An employee recognition program can improve morale, increase productivity, and reduce attrition rates at your agency. Learn how to create one in this guide. Do your people know how much you appreciate them? Sure, you pat them on the back and drop the occasional ‘thank … Continue reading How to Create an Employee Recognition Program at Your Agency
Joanne McDonagh — December 11, 2018 Follow @rezoomo_com — December 11, 2018 Is encouraging employees to work when they are sick really a smart move? I recently read a couple of articles that showcased companies who offer end of year monetary incentives to their employees for not calling in sick. Not only, are you not … Continue reading HR Guide: Getting Sick Employees To Stay At Home