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?
This post is a summary of employee tenure analysis for a randomly selected sample of 250 people. The average tenure for the sample is 3.79 years while the median tenure is 2.96 years.
49% of workplace conflicts are caused by warring egos. Add to this the unreported incidents. Conflict management is certainly one of the top priorities for HR managers. I will introduce you to an easy to implement employee engagement activity that will help manage conflict in the workplace.
Firing someone is dreadful. As a manager, it has always been the most difficult task for me. I am certain it is for most. But let’s admit it. It is a job that needs to be done. It needs to be done right. There are several excuses we have to justify firing an employee. However there is one question we must ask ourselves every time – “Is it absolutely necessary to fire this person?” More often than not, a well thought, evaluated and honest answer is “No”. Let us reason with ourselves how not to fire someone.
The assessment of the returns on investment (ROI) of human capital can get you into a tricky territory. Unlike other resources, you cannot have an absolute objective assessment of human resources. I would not suggest you to do so either. People should not be judged solely based on some metrics on a dashboard. Contribution of employees go beyond numbers reflected in performance reports. However, as a business owner, it is important you measure the ROI of human capital.
Average job tenure now ranges between 2 years to 3 years. If we were to plot global average job tenure in the last 2 decades, it certainly would be a skewed distribution. Switching a job in less than a year or two is no longer considered a taboo. Let us share 6 tips for succession planning for your organization.
Maintaining a healthy work-life balance has always been a tricky challenge for most employees. This is a greater challenge as working spaces have been confined to our living rooms. Companies worldwide have allowed employees to work from home. Partial work from home or work from anywhere will continue in the post Covid-19 era. How can companies and management help employees manage their work life balance?
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