employee engagement

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Post date: August 6, 2015
 According to a recent Gallup survey, 54 percent of North American employees do not feel engaged at work. The major contributors to engagement are pretty obvious: compensation and benefits, immediate co-worker and reporting relationships, and employee recognition among them. However, there are...
Post date: May 8, 2018
Corporate social impact has gained attention by media, consumers, and leaders across the globe, compelling businesses to consider how to best implement these initiatives within their organizations. These programs demonstrate how companies are addressing some of society’s biggest challenges, and are...
Post date: April 28, 2016
When an organization genuinely supports and promotes the well-being of its workers, the rewards go well beyond health-related cost savings. Establishing a culture of wellness helps create a healthier, more engaged workforce, and that gives an organization a distinct competitive edge. How big an...
Post date: August 24, 2017
In Part 1 of our series on the power that social media can have on your brand, Janine Buis explains why you should leverage employees as ambassadors for your company by cultivating relationships with customers, industry experts, alumni, and potential candidates. Social media has become embedded in...
Post date: September 4, 2018
Retention begins as soon as you make the offer and the candidate accepts. After a lengthy or intensive recruiting process, retention may not be top of mind. However, a study of 1,000 workers revealed 31 percent reported having quit a job within the first six months. This disrupts continuity and...
Post date: May 22, 2017
From Facebook to Snapchat to Skype and ordinary text messaging on a smartphone—the distractions are endless when it comes to employees trying to stay focused on doing exactly what it is that they were hired to do: work. Isaac Kohen, CEO and founder of Teramind, is an expert in providing employers...
Post date: May 26, 2016
No matter how much you might want to, you cannot force an employee to change. In careers, our attitudes tend to stay constant over time. This begs the question: If we know people don’t change, why do employers spend hundreds of millions of dollars per year trying to change their employees through...
Post date: March 17, 2017
I once worked for organization where most employees exiting said their reason for leaving was because it was just too difficult to be an employee there. Wow! Too difficult to be an employee? As HR professionals, we hear concerns about managers, pay, or even leadership as reasons people leave. Those...
Post date: August 11, 2016
According to statistics from the U.S. Department of Labor, hiring is at a 10-year high, with Americans getting jobs at rates unheard of since the start of the great recession. Job seekers are now back in the driver’s seat, having to juggle two, three or even four job offers. While that’s good for...
Post date: June 5, 2018
A CEO’s job is ultimately to deliver business results—to deliver the mission. The key way to do that is to create an environment where employees are able do their jobs well and a culture where they want to do their jobs well. A company’s employees invent, market, sell, build, deliver, and support...