Times are tough for businesses. Rapid shifts in operations have left little time to plan or organize change management, and many leaders are now scrambling to keep teams engaged, motivated, and proactively tackling what needs to get done. This is no small feat in normal times, as only 34% of employees consider themselves engaged in the workplace. […]
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Employee engagement was a major conversation before the coronavirus, and it’s still important. I recently spoke with an HR professional who has done everything she can to help maintain a healthy workplace culture and keep employee engagement high while we all work from home.
According to global marketing firm IDC, your employees are receiving, on average, 576 billion e-mails annually! Yes, that’s “billion,” with a “B,” and that’s a lot of e-mails! How can companies successfully develop and deploy a corporate communication strategy to keep their workers informed?
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and stay-at-home orders issued for the vast majority of U.S. states, most companies that can have staff work from home are doing so. This creates a host of logistical and management challenges for many companies.
There’s no denying that the role of the Human Resources professional has vastly changed with the “future of work.” No longer are HR pros simply responsible for recruiting and retaining talent. The role now requires HR leaders to be strategists who proactively solve for problems before they even arise.
Employee engagement is crucial to any organization’s success: Engaged employees are more productive, they produce higher-quality work, they have better overall morale, they have fewer issues with absenteeism, they are better teammates, and they have lower turnover.
Employee engagement clearly plays a critical role in the success of a company. Many have attempted to understand how engagement is created. Recent research into the causes of engagement, as well as the barriers, found some interesting results.
In recent years, employee engagement, or “the level of an employee’s commitment and connection to an organization,” has been the pinnacle of a successful business strategy. This workplace attribute has set organizations apart from their competitors and maintained their productivity long after.
There’s a lot of buzz about how to measure employee engagement these days—and for good reason. Engagement drives satisfaction, which leads to loyalty and productivity. But, how is engagement really determined or measured? Is it about employee satisfaction scores?
Big-picture digital transformation takes a back seat when organizations are overwhelmed with the digital tools themselves. With their plates full of productivity and collaboration tools, apps, and other software, leaders can often struggle to organize and may lose sight of the bigger picture or overall goals for their digital transformation efforts. The result is inefficient […]