Happy employees are productive employees. It’s an age-old adage, but one that still rings true. And yet, it can be tough to keep your team satisfied day in and day out. That’s where engagement comes in.
A successful recruitment strategy is a must to survive in today’s competitive market and attract the best talent. By definition, a successful recruitment strategy is one that successfully attracts high-quality candidates and leads to the hiring of the best possible employees for the company.
For some, the boundaries between work and play are blurry. They’ll take any opportunity to have a little fun, and they know that it makes them more productive in the……
Though the business world has made great strides in the past few years in regards to diversity and inclusivity, there is still much progress to be made. In this article, we have explored the need for diversity and inclusion. What are some of the challenges and benefits that come with a more diverse and inclusive workforce?
It worries me that there is even a need to ask this question. But truth be told, we have programmed our brains to imitate modern gadgets. We let our brains enjoy the tech equivalents of “sleep mode” and “hibernation” but seldom “shut if off”.
We work in a KPI driven work environment. It’s justifiable if employee happiness be measured as a KPI. Most organizations measure employee satisfaction. I believe only a handful measure employee happiness. Yes, satisfaction is not the same as happiness. What is your employee happiness quotient?
Now, more than ever, is the time you should not fail to plan for employee engagement. Why?
The Covid-19 impact on the way we work and live continues to linger on. There is no end to job, health and life uncertainties. As one after another pandemic wave subsides and we look to move closer to what was normal, a new variant and spike hits us with greater force.
Human capital is the greatest asset of a company. Andrew Carnegie once said – “There is little success where there is little laughter.” Let us say a big thank you to Dr. Noriaki Kano and start using the Kano framework to create happier workplaces. This post explains the basics of the Kano model and how to adapt it for employee satisfaction.
How well do companies handle the last leg of association with their employees? Some handle it better than most. Some do a decent job, some do a great job while many suck at it. While companies put in a lot of effort, resources and consideration in managing the other stages of the employee life-cycle, their handling of employee exits leaves a lot to be desired. Let’s address this missing piece in the employee engagement puzzle.
All recent studies and surveys highlight that employees want the flexibility to work from anywhere. 69% of millennials would give up on certain work benefits for a more flexible working space. How can companies navigate work from home expectations of their employees?