Remember when that coworker asked you to do a little bit of work for him when he went on vacation? It was nice of you to do that. But then, he never returned the favor. If that sounds familiar to you, you are not alone. In fact, 77% of workers feel like they have been […]
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A recent report showed that organizations that make use of strategic recognition and engagement improve engagement scores by up to 37%. The report, which was researched by Reward Gateway and Josh Bersin, sought to understand how a strategic engagement model differs from more traditional models. We recently had a chance to ask both Josh Bersin […]
Getting productivity levels up is something all managers and HR team members have a vested interest in. Keeping the organization running at optimum levels is the best way to know when new hires are needed and also to be most effective in spending payroll dollars.
What happens when you put a scientist and someone with a passion for HR together? You get someone like Laura Hamill, PhD, the Chief People Officer and Founder of the Limeade Institute. In today’s edition of “Faces of HR,” we learn more about Laura, how she approaches engagement and culture, and what she thinks HR […]
There is a well-known phrase that says people don’t leave companies—they leave managers. Let’s take that notion a step further: People don’t leave companies—they leave environments where energy absorbers thrive under poor managers. Or even worse, they leave energy-absorbing managers.
Today’s competitive job market means that it’s more challenging than ever for employers to attract and retain top talent. Although acquisition is top of mind for employers, retention should be, as well.
For employers large and small, the employee retention struggle is real. Although throwing money at the problem may seem like a logical solution, we know modern employees value purpose, growth, and impact more than fat paychecks. That statement is based on a survey of 600 employees.
Have you noticed it yet? New applicants are walking into their final interviews armed with a set of nonnegotiables that they fully expect their employers to oblige.
There are varying uses of the word “engagement” in the English language. It can mean a betrothal between two people; an arrangement to do something at a particular time and place; or a conflict, or battle, between opposing forces.
According to Gallup research, only 13% of employees worldwide are engaged at work, and just 33% of employed residents in the United States are engaged. So, it’s no wonder that organizations of all shapes and sizes are becoming more preoccupied with keeping their employees engaged in the modern-day workforce.