Employee Engagement

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Employee Engagement

When an employee joins your organization, they’re virtually a blank slate. They represent an opportunity to mold them into a highly engaged, productive, and loyal members of your team.

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Employee Engagement

With disengagement levels high and burn out on the rise, the time has come for employers to re-energize their staff with meaningful employee engagement quotes.

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Employee Engagement

Communication makes the world go around and that’s especially true in work environments. Employees need to understand what’s expected of them, how what they do helps drive organizational results and goal attainment, what they’re doing well, how they can improve, and how to work effectively with colleagues to get things done.

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Employee Engagement

Why do human beings—and, in this case, employees—do the things they do? They do things because they’re motivated to do so.

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Employee Engagement

The importance of communication in the workplace should come as no surprise – it’s the backbone of any and all organizational success.

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Employee Engagement

Workplace dynamics are constantly evolving, but employee connection and communication remain cornerstones of organizational success.

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Building Team Culture Activities that Boost Employee Engagement

Employee Engagement

By Gene Park
Everyone likes to feel recognized in a way that resonates with them. But for managers who oversee large teams, individualized recognition can be a tall order to fill.

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Pitfalls to Avoid when Implementing a Rewards & Recognition Program

Employee Engagement

By Kelly Briggs
Although most recognition programs are rooted in good intentions, some are sparked by an event — poor scores on an employee survey, for instance — that prompts HR managers to “do something.” Everything about the program is driven by a sense of urgency. As a result, quickly formed rewards and recognition programs often lack strategic focus and fail to deliver effective results.

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How Technology Helps Build Community in Your Workplace and Beyond

Employee Engagement

By An Inspirus Contributer
Technology is transforming the ways we develop community within the modern workplace. How we interact, converse, recognize, and socialize is informed and shaped by the social platforms we use daily.

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Employee Engagement

A sincere New Year message is the perfect way to kick off the new calendar year. A thoughtful message can do more than convey good wishes – it can energize, motivate, and align your team with the company’s vision and goals.

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Employee Engagement

The holiday season is a time of joy and celebration. And what better way to spread this festive cheer than with an engaging and memorable company holiday gathering? Whether you're planning a small get-together or a grand festive bash, incorporating Employee Christmas Party Ideas and Games can significantly elevate the experience.

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Employee Engagement

By Gene Park
61% of Americans who responded to Cigna’s 2020 Loneliness Index report feeling lonely. Loneliness is an issue that touches many of our lives in some way. As more research centers on the impact of loneliness on our lives, its effect on the workplace is coming into focus. According to Hakan Ozcelik and Sigal Barsade, who authored No Employee is an Island: Workforce Loneliness and Job Performance, employees who experience loneliness report.

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Employee Engagement

By Aspen Christopher
Feedback and engagement in the workplace go hand-in-hand. When delivered tactfully, the right types of employee feedback contribute to the growth of both an organization and the people who work there. Like any relationship, honest and trust-driven communication fuels success. In the case of workplace relationships, that communication hinges on the ability to freely share and receive feedback.

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Employee Engagement

By Aspen Christopher
Feedback and engagement in the workplace go hand-in-hand. When delivered tactfully, the right types of employee feedback contribute to the growth of both an organization and the people who work there. Like any relationship, honest and trust-driven communication fuels success. In the case of workplace relationships, that communication hinges on the ability to freely share and receive feedback.

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Employee Engagement

By Aspen Christopher
Most people would agree that constructive feedback is important for fostering a culture of continuous improvement, and building engagement, commitment, and continued contributions from employees. But what many people may not know is that feedback from director supervisors or managers isn’t the only kind of feedback that matters.