Employee recognition programs are one of the driving forces of a successful employee culture. Recognizing an employee for their hard work decreases turnover and increases an employee’s loyalty and engagement. The world of employee recognition programs can be confusing and overwhelming, so we broke it down to help you understand what it takes to get a program up and running for your company.
Employee engagement is one of the key metrics in the world of business. Without an engaged workforce, you run the risk of higher turnover, lower productivity, lower workplace satisfaction, lower customer satisfaction, and a drop in employee happiness. Getting engagement right changes all of this. Here are 8 ideas that actually work.
Company culture defines your workplace and can have a big influence on recruiting, productivity, and turnover. Your company’s culture will develop naturally, but your organization will benefit from investing in shaping that culture in a way that benefits your employees and your customers. This guide for how to improve company culture will help you get started.
Have you ever wondered what some of the world’s best companies do to build their culture and enhance their employees’ experience? Well, we did the research and we’re excited to share the results. Take an in-depth look at companies like Patagonia, Basecamp, Hubspot, Zappos, and even Eddy to learn how these companies are building their culture.
Being a great manager can be challenging when everything is going right, and can be down right difficult when things are going wrong. Learning how to manage underperforming employees is a great skill to help you level up. By applying our simple, seven-step process, you’ll be on your way to management stardom.
As remote work becomes more permanent, it’s important that you learn how to properly manage a remote team. Productivity, communication, performance evaluation, and employee happiness all become more difficult to maintain while working from home. Learn how to combat these challenges in order to build a productive remote culture.
The world of HR has adjusted to numerous changes during the course of 2020, and some of these changes are here to stay. The “new” will become the “normal” as we move forward into a world where remote work is more common, equality and fairness are demanded, and personal values and political identity are shared more often.
We’ve spent time speaking to hundreds of HR managers over the last three years, and we’ve learned a lot about what they like and don’t like about their work. Here we summarize the nine reasons HR managers love their job and why so many people are flocking to the profession.
Skipio is a growing SaaS company that takes the famous Clifton Strengths Assessments to heart so they can learn, grow, and excel faster as individuals and as a company. Here’s their explanation of why they are a “strengths-based company”.
Workplace stress is a lot more than an unfortunate symptom of a heavy workload. It has consequences that affect your bottom line. Fortunately, there’s a lot you can do about it. Here are 7 things you can do in your company to get rid of workplace stress and maximize workplace performance.
Planning an office Christmas party can be a daunting task. The food has to be great, the activities have to be engaging, and the atmosphere has to be fun. Miss one of these elements and the whole thing could flop. It’s a lot to handle, but with our thorough guide to throwing an office Christmas party, you’ll be equipped to make yours one to remember.
Remember how in grade school you got to show your school pride during spirit week? Well, we brought this old tradition to the workplace! Having a workplace spirit week is a good company culture filler when you have a dead spot in the year with no events happening. At Eddy, a Tesani company, we do spring, fall, and Christmas spirit weeks because employees love it that much.
When you think of a safe workplace environment, your mind might jump to a construction sight or a job in Jurassic Park or something. That’s not exactly what we’re getting at here. In this context, a safe workplace environment is having the freedom to fail safely.