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Fraser Marlow

Fraser heads up the research and marketing efforts at Energage. As the author of many articles on the topic of employee engagement and coaching, Fraser brings a broad perspective on how organizational culture impacts business results. Fraser is co-author of ‘The Engagement Equation’ (Wiley 2012), a comprehensive senior executive guide to building stronger engagement strategies. He’s a frequent speaker at conferences and events, sharing the many insights from a decade of Top Workplaces research. Prior to joining Energage, Fraser headed up the leadership practice for BlessingWhite, a consulting firm in Princeton, NJ. He also served as the head of e-commerce for GE Healthcare’s life sciences division.

The 2019 US Talent Pool: Six Macro Metrics That Matter

by | January 19, 2019 | Employee Engagement, Retention

For all of the writing on employee engagement, it’s easy to forget that hiring and retaining talent comes down to supply and demand and the talent pool. In this article we review current macroeconomic trends that drive career decisions.

How To Fix The Culture In Your Company

by | December 20, 2018 | Workplace Culture

Imagine a film crew documenting your culture. Now imagine watching it, surrounded by colleagues, customers, and job candidates. What would it look like? Would you cheer, chuckle … or cringe?

15 Culture Drivers That Improve Employee Retention

The labor market is heating up. So, how can you ensure your best employees will stick around? Our research points to 15 culture drivers that will help you to improve employee retention.

Happy “1st” Birthday, Energage

Cheers! Here’s to making the world a better place to work together

We’re celebrating our “first” birthday and the progress we’ve made toward building culture technology solutions that are improving company culture. Let’s toast with a free gift for you!

Employee Turnover: Is Your Top Talent Headed for the Door?

by | March 20, 2018 | Retention

Create an early warning system — before it’s too late Organizations spend considerable sums on their IT infrastructure. When there’s a software glitch or a server malfunctions, someone in IT is alerted immediately. The problem gets fixed, and you’re back in business. But what happens when there’s a disruption with employees? Maybe a high-potential is stressed […]