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Ten Must-Haves for Your Employee Engagement Survey
This 10-point checklist will help you choose an employee engagement survey that produces data-driven insights and actionable intelligence …
Research points to 15 culture drivers that lead to higher employee retention.
Employees rarely leave because of money. They leave because they’re looking for a better opportunity or a better work environment.
Employee Appreciation and Recognition Program Ideas
Leaders at these organizations are adopting a fresh approach to appreciation that fully embraces today’s employees and what’s most important to them.
Award-winning companies attract better job candidates and have lower turnover
A recent research study funded by the SHRM Foundation shows award-winning organizations excel at recruitment and retention. Here’s what separates the best from the rest.
Done right, an employee survey builds the trust and confidence of your workforce, and this has a direct impact on engagement.
An annual employee engagement survey is the best way to capture the feedback you need to make the data-driven people decisions. Here are some of the common survey mistakes to avoid.
Culture wellness checks keep recruitment and retention efforts on track.
Targeted, frequent pulse surveys enable you to check in with employees, establish a continuous conversation, and monitor the impact of key initiatives.
Workplace culture and engagement are threatened when company headcount exceeds 150 employees.
Defining and managing culture in a small company is a different ball game than in a large one. That’s because according to studies, an interesting social phenomenon occurs when your organization grows beyond 150 people.
You can’t make employees be engaged. They become engaged or they don’t.
Transactional approaches to engagement such as free lunches and bring-your-dog-to-work day only build entitlement, not engagement.
Protecting Workplace Culture as Your Company Headcount Grows
Studies show employee engagement is threatened as an organization’s headcount grows. Here are three ways to protect your workplace culture and maintain employee engagement.
Focus your efforts on engaging people with their work, their teams, and the organization.
There are three dimensions of employee engagement. Missing one could be the difference between an associate who goes that extra mile and one who calls in sick on opening day at the ballpark.