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Employer Recognition Programs Boost Morale and Strengthen Connection
Workplace recognition programs can strengthen employee connection and offer a much-needed morale boost for companies that listen to their employees.
Without two-way communication, your employee connection strategy is at risk.
An effective strategy keeps your employees connected to their work, the organization, and a bigger purpose. Here are four quick wins to enable better two-way communication.
The Importance of an Employee Connection Strategy
Employee connection is at risk right now. Creating a formalized, intentional strategy will position your organization for success now and in the future.
Sharing appreciation is the easiest, least expensive way to improve engagement.
Energage research indicates appreciation is a key culture driver and it’s more important than ever before. Here are three tips to help you strengthen it within your organization.
Showing Appreciation in a Remote Work Environment
Appreciation ranks consistently in the top five culture drivers. Lately though, our data suggests that organizations are struggling with showing appreciation in a remote work environment.
Promoting Collaboration Across a Remote Workforce
Finding new ways to promote collaboration across your organization is more important than ever. Here are six tips you can implement starting today.
Five Elements of Remote Working Leaders Should Be Tracking
With a workforce that transitioned to virtual working almost overnight, here are five key elements leaders should be tracking in order to ensure success.
Keeping open the lines of communication is more important than ever.
Keeping open the lines of communication between leaders, managers, and employees is especially important in times of change. Here are two culture drivers that require attention.
Is Now the Right Time to Survey Your Employees?
In times of change, when is it best to survey your employees? Doug Claffey shares two critical points to consider and offers examples of actionable insights.
The People Practices Survey Report: March 2020 New Realities
How have human resources and business leaders responded to the pandemic? This report includes the results of our online survey and highlights the key takeaways.