In episode 21, we sat down with Logan Mallory to learn about why businesses, especially small businesses, should be thinking about their employee engagement strategies—right now—for the year ahead.
Employee Benefits & Experience
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.
In episode 16 we sat down with Wendy Kelly to talk about the critical importance of supporting employee well-being and how HR teams can build well-being programs at their small businesses.
In episode 13 we talk with Kelley McCart to understand the different between engagement, motivation, and drive and what HR professionals can do to help drive better engagement and retention in the workplace.
As the economy reopens, your employees are likely eyeing new job opportunities. And even if they’re not, your competitors might try to poach them. Here’s how to keep your people happy during The Great (talent) Reshuffling.
Games and activities at work should not be an end in themselves. After all, they obviously do not directly get any work done. Playing a game over Zoom means an accountant isn’t working on a spreadsheet and a sales rep is not making calls. However, when used purposefully, online team building games improve attributes that may seem intangible but can actually be measured through metrics like employee retention.
A workplace that fully values every type of person is more likely to attract and retain a variety of employees. Respect and acceptance are universal principles that all people appreciate, and we need to see them in the culture of our workplace. Even if only one group is disadvantaged or hurt systemically, that can hurt the morale of other people who see it happening—as long as they have any human empathy.
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.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created numerous challenges for businesses. Among the most pressing is the health and wellbeing of a workforce that has shifted to remote work. Employees are deprived of daily social interaction, and they’re working longer hours than ever before. We break down why companies should immediately begin focusing on employee health and share 7 ideas on how to improve the health and wellness of remote employees.
Employee recognition can be a challenge. You want to be sure to reward employees with things that are useful and worthwhile, without coming across as cheesy or insincere. Never fear. We’ve done the hard work and researched 38 awesome and amazing ways that you can reward your employees.
Companies want to get the most out of their employees, and employees want to work for companies who provide opportunities and fulfillment. The intersection of these two desires is the ability companies have to help employees feel valued and appreciated at work. When employees feel like their company cares about them on a personal level, they work harder and achieve more.
Employee compensation can take many different forms. Most people think of it as the money that ends up in your bank account at the end of a pay period. But for many of us, the fringe benefits we enjoy from our employer play a significant role in our compensation package.
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.