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6 Ways Your Business Can Win At Employee Engagement

Posted By Editor, Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Updated: Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Contributed by Stephanie Troiano, The Hire Talent
Mr. Fletcher Wimbush, CEO, The Hire Talent will present his session: 
All About the Money: Salary, Pay Inequality & Employee Engagement 
at HR West 2019 – Tuesday, March 12th, 1:50 p.m.-3:05 p.m.

Employee engagement is so important for a business because it influences employee productivity, boosts your bottom line, and increases a sense of well-being among workers, with brings with it the added bonus of overall lower healthcare costs. It’s a win-win for everyone.

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Tags:  employee engagement  hr leadership  hr management  HR West 2019  The Hire Talent 

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The Key to Employee Engagement and Thriving Organizations

Posted By Editor, Wednesday, November 7, 2018
Updated: Wednesday, November 7, 2018

By Sarah Deane

While we all know the importance of health and wellbeing, the topic of wellness at work is certainly gaining a renewed breath.  With the fact that “a productive, positive employee experience has emerged as the new contract between employer and employee,” organizations that want to thrive, need to look closely at just how well they are empowering their employees’ holistic wellness--physically, emotionally, and mentally.

The topic of wellbeing and its impact on engagement and performance has been a research topic for some time. However, it is becoming more and more prevalent, with the concentration on expanding the focus beyond gym passes, on site yoga, and healthy food options.

This broader look includes mental and emotional wellbeing and cultivating the skills that enable an organization to thrive such as stress management, resiliency, and building positive and productive response systems.


Benefits of Focusing on Broader Employee Wellness

>> Read the entire article here.

 

Tags:  corporate wellness  employee engagement  employee wellness 

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Engage Employees by Creating a Learning Culture

Posted By Laurie A. Pehar Borsh, Monday, September 17, 2018
Updated: Monday, September 17, 2018

Employee Engagement Summer Series_banner5 Steps to Reskilling Your Workforce!

*** Contributed by: Shelley Osborne, Head of L&D, Udemy ***

It’s become cliché to say your company has a “fast-paced environment.” The phrase used to be something only found in job descriptions for tech startups, but now it pretty much applies to all organizations.

*** Read the final article in our Employee Engagement Summer Series >> here!

 

Tags:  company culture  employee engagement  reskill  workforce 

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Employee Engagement is Way Down, Here are 3 Tips for Companies to Bring It Up!

Posted By Laurie A. Pehar Borsh, Thursday, August 2, 2018

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Most American employees, it turns out, aren’t all there.   

In other words, the majority of U.S. workers aren’t engaged in their jobs. In its recent Employee Engagement Index, Gallup found 71 percent were not engaged in their work. Gallup defines “engaged” as those who are involved in, enthusiastic about and committed to their work and workplace.

Don Rheem, one of the nation’s principal authorities on leadership science, has a reason, and it starts at the top. Managers need to overhaul how they treat employees.

Read this article on Next Concept HR Magazine!

Tags:  EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT 

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Addressing Workplace Gossip Without Getting Sucked-In!

Posted By Laurie A. Pehar Borsh, Wednesday, July 18, 2018

From our new Employee Engagement Summer Series! 

Addressing Workplace Gossip Without Getting Sucked-In!

Contributed by Lorie Reichel Howe, Founder, Conversations in the Workplace

I’ve heard it said that the way employees communicate either makes or breaks an organization. Spoken words are powerful containing the ability to help or harm others. One form of communication: gossip, is a killer of workplace culture. The way managers and employees respond to gossip either safeguards or erodes workplace culture.

What is workplace gossip?

In a nutshell, gossip is communicating negatively to a coworker about another coworker. When Alex says something negative about Addison behind her back that he would never say to her face, that’s gossip. While many attempt to sugarcoat gossip disguising it as a concern: “Oh, I’m so concerned about Addison, did you know that he/she…”

Don’t get sucked in.

Read the article HERE on HR West Magazine/Blog.

 

Tags:  company culture  employee engagement  HR leadership  HR West Magazine 

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