Category: Culture, Engagement, Branding

Your workplace’s culture is directly connected to your employee engagement as well as your employer brand. Each of these is vitally important towards attracting and retaining top talent.

HR Technology and the Employee Experience

Yesterday we explored a new study that shows that most organizations want to improve employee experience (EX) and boost the engagement levels of their workforce. To overcome these obstacles and create meaningful two-way communication between staff and management, it is vital that HR embrace innovative new technologies such as mobile engagement platforms that are capable […]

Employee Engagement Is an HR Priority—But Needs Key Resources to Succeed

The votes are in. A new study from StaffConnect found that HR leaders—alongside C-level executives, corporate communications, and other business professionals—are prioritizing employee engagement. Specifically, the 2018 Employee Engagement Survey found that around three-quarters of organizations surveyed plan to implement initiatives to improve their employees’ experience (EX) in 2018.

What Makes Company Culture Really?

Even when a company doesn’t try to cultivate its culture, that culture is there. It’s the personality of an organization from the perspective of its employees and includes things like the company’s mission, expectations, and overall work atmosphere. Whether it’s officially documented, symbolized in the business logo, or merely an unspoken but understood definition, culture […]

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Employee Motivation Tips that Lead to Growth

We all tend to do our best at work when we experience encouragement from our superiors. Direct managers or supervisors are usually the most influential in this regard. However, many small businesses don’t have the benefit of larger department structures. So, the owner of the business and the manager are one in the same. It’s a […]

Retain Employees with These 5 Actions

Recent research conducted by iCIMS shows that  workers stay with an employer for 2 to 3 years on average. Additionally, up to 70% of employees leave a company for better pay, and 53% claim that they leave because they don’t think that their employers care about them as individuals. In other words, retaining employees should […]