The benefits landscape is changing. It’s time to go beyond giving incentives for healthy behaviors to inspiring your employees to become active participants on their well-being journey. Inspirus’ Vice President of Client Success and Engagement Solutions, Theresa Harkins, answers how employers today are using benefits to drive employee engagement and encourage high performance.
Making sense of all the HR technologies that focus on engagement can be challenging. The good news is there’s a smart way to evaluate the options and make a choice that’s right for your organization.
Behind every press conference and public announcement is the real story. To get the real story, we sat down with Mia Mends (the incoming CEO of Inspirus from Sodexo Benefits and Rewards Services, USA) and Pete Chambers (the outgoing CEO of Inspirus). We asked them tough questions about the past, present and future. Find out what they had to say.
Engagement affects far more aspects of your business than you might think. The right engagement platform can bring out the best of everyone in your organization. Is your organization ready for that?
Engagement is about the entire employee experience. Business leaders and C-suite executives put employee engagement at the top of their to-do lists. But executing on that idea requires a holistic look at the employee experience and a solution that spans multiple touch points.
While companies have often measured their success according to numbers, more and more customers and employees are choosing to buy from and work for companies they feel attached to in meaningful ways. So how do you cultivate a personal bond with your brand’s number one ambassador — your employees? Recognition branding can help your organization build long-lasting relationships with these important influencers.
Wondering why your recognition “of the month, quarter or year” is failing to make an impact? Here are some timely insights that can help you get back on track.
Boomers, Millennials and everyone in between — today’s workforce reflects the broadest age range in history. So it’s no surprise that many companies have a learning curve when it comes to understanding the dynamics of a multigenerational workforce and how to manage it. Here are insights into how to make your recognition program resonate with employees of every age.
We all have those special people we truly appreciate on the job. You may know them as your right arm, the go-to gal, or maybe even the resident superhero. Why not celebrate them and all they do with a little R-E-C-O-G-N-I-T-I-O-N? The following ideas would work well to express appreciation to any coworker.