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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.
Three Steps to Productive Employee Feedback
Leaders in our audience have asked about how to capture productive employee feedback as part of a successful employee communications strategy. Here are our recommendations.
Using Pulse Surveys to Make Informed Decisions in Times of Change
What’s the most efficient way to solicit employee feedback during times of change? We recently sat down with Doug Claffey, Energage Founder, to discuss how pulse surveys can help you to make informed decisions, quickly and with confidence.
The Quickstart Guide to Remote Team Working
A remote workforce is part of the “new normal.” Here are some of the practices we’ve recently put into place to protect productivity, keep open the lines of communication, and maintain connection.
Why Employee Communication is Now More Important Than Ever
With the world of work changing as the COVID-19 crisis unfolds, companies need to keep the lines of employee communication open with what is the most disparate workforce this economy has ever experienced.
Improving the Patient Experience Through Employee Engagement
Insights from the Energage Research Desk
Healthcare employees who are passionate about their work deliver better clinical outcomes in terms of patient satisfaction. To better understand why, we tapped into our healthcare dataset to pinpoint the key culture drivers that lead to higher engagement in the industry.
More than a third of workers will leave a job because of a toxic work culture.
And to make matters worse, the Harvard Business Review reports a bad reputation costs a company at least 10 percent per hire.