Employee productivity is a key measurement that impacts the overall success of an organization. It is essentially the amount of output an employee is able to produce over a given period of time. That could be the number of units produced, number of clients served, dollars of revenue produced, etc., depending on the nature of the […]
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Creating an effective and productive work space is essential to increasing employee engagement. Whether your company has 5 or 500 employees, company culture is becoming increasingly important to applicants when they are looking for a job.
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.
Every organization wants its employees to be as productive as possible. A lot of factors, however, can impact their productivity. Recent research by Gallup suggests that aligning employee goals with organizational goals can make a huge difference. The problem is, a lot of employees do not think that is possible.
CareerBuilder recently revealed that modern-day workers have a difficult time unplugging from their devices and from work as a result. So, they are burned out, fatigued, stressed, and unhappy.
Believe it or not, the winter season does affect your employees’ productivity and overall health. And research has discovered that workers are more productive when they’re warm compared to when they’re cold.
Open office layouts were introduced a few decades back as a means to increase employee productivity. When employees come out of their designated cubicles and work alongside colleagues in a collaborative environment, they are likely to be more productive—or so was the objective.
Adding to yesterday’s post, here are four more performance metrics you should weigh if you want to develop and drive strategic and effective L&D initiatives that will continue to help your organization outpace its competition for years to come.