Emily Carroll July 17, 2020 COVID-19 has presented its fair set of challenges to HR professionals and organization leaders everywhere. The basic needs of our employees have changed, seemingly overnight. For example, according to LinkedIn’s 2019 Workforce Learning Report, 94% of employees said that they would stay at a company longer if it simply invested … Continue reading Why Now is More Important Than Ever to Measure Employee Satisfaction
Kimberly Zhang June 19, 2020 Happy employees make the world go ’round. The more your workplace culture empowers employees, the more likely your employees are to reward your business with their hard work and energy. In fact, happy employees are 13 percent more productive than their unhappier counterparts. It may seem like we’re in an … Continue reading 8 Tips for Creating a Culture with Satisfied Employees
Kellie Wong — March 11, 2020 Perks at work are great – it’s hard to argue against a free pizza party, a happy hour celebration, or in-office giveaways. But, you shouldn’t assume that these types of perks are motivating employees to do their best work (and what keeps them loyal to your company). Real motivation … Continue reading Appreciate Employees How They Want to Be Appreciated [Survey Data]
Rosie Harman — February 14, 2020 Employees are the most important assets of any company. No matter how much income they might be receiving, their morale and productivity can get really low over time if their needs are not taken care of. Productivity is all about staying happy and relaxed. And if your employees aren’t … Continue reading 12 Creative Ways to Increase Employee Morale
Vince Chiofolo — February 7, 2020 The essence of employee recognition lives within the eye of the beholder. Generally, it’s characterized by upholding and reinforcing positive behaviors in the workplace through formal acknowledgement and rewards. Traditionally, this fostering of good work activity has lived in the confines of long-established service awards and spot awards. Both … Continue reading The Employee Recognition Tactics You May be Missing
Angshuman Dev Talukdar — December 22, 2019 Follow @https://twitter.com/aries_Angshuman What satisfies you after doing a great job at your workplace? Most of you may give one common answer and that is seeing some more zeroes added to your paycheck. However, is a handsome remuneration enough for you? Don’t you feel like you deserve to be … Continue reading Employee Recognition – Does It Still Work?
Danielle Higley — December 19, 2019 “I don’t really care about my employee benefits,” said no employee ever. When it comes to employee benefits, if your business can offer it, employees want it. That’s the case for any employee benefit, from time off to healthcare to flexible work arrangements to workers’ comp insurance. Naturally, most … Continue reading 3 Reasons to Boost Your Employee Benefits Offerings in 2020
Sean McDade — December 17, 2019 Employee experience is vital to a healthy and growing company. A poor employee experience leads to disgruntled or apathetic employees who suck the energy out a business. On the other hand, an exceptional employee experience leads to employees who pass on their enthusiasm to customers. In fact, customers are … Continue reading 25 Staff Appreciation and Recognition Ideas That Won’t Break the Bank
Shep Hyken — November 5, 2019 Follow @Hyken There are some pretty important people in your organization, and I bet many of them don’t know just how important they are. Most likely, they aren’t getting the recognition they deserve. I was talking about this concept with my friend, Kent Higginbotham, and he shared a perfect … Continue reading Give Recognition Where It’s Due
Arik Hanson — October 5, 2019 Employee social advocacy programs are having a moment. Come to think of it, they’ve been having a moment for a while now. Fact is, more companies are globbing on to this trend–and, for good reason. According to the Edelman Trust Barometer, the most trusted relationship people have right now … Continue reading Are Employee Social Advocacy Programs at Direct Odds With Your Personal Brand?