Do you feel like you’re stuck in a rut? Maybe you’ve got too much on your plate and not enough time to relax. Monotone work can cause stress, anxiety, and even burnout. We’ll help you figure out how to change things up so you can enjoy more balance in your life.
Average employee tenure is on the decline.
A new survey from Glassdoor shows that the average employee tenure is just over three years. What does this mean for your company? Read on to find out!
Employee salaries shouldn’t be treated as a finite number. Salary is relative. Unexplained wage gap destroys work culture and erodes trust. Ensure pay parity to boost employee morale and happiness.
In today’s business world, email is the primary form of communication between organizations and their employees. And While emailing your employees can be a great tool for keeping them informed and engaged, it can also be misused and cause problems if not used correctly.
Managers and businesses often complicate employee satisfaction and happiness. Simple approach and solutions work best. While it’s important to use analytics and surveys to gauge satisfaction, the best approach for better results is to get personal. Yes, after all its people managing people. It’s about building relationships. Nurturing them. How? Read on.
As we stress on creating happier workplaces, why not have a Happiness Coach or a Chief Happiness Officer. A Chief Happiness Officer is responsible for maintaining and boosting employee happiness. Do you have one at your workplace?
Priorities get tricky. There is always so much to be done – in life, at work. At both places, it is easy missing out on some of the most important priorities. Employee success is one such priority.
The latest Gallup report “State of the Global Workplace: 2022” reports workplace stress to be at an all time high. This is voice of the employees – worldwide. And the statistics are alarming by all standards.
Workplace stress globally has hit an all-time high. The annual report from Gallup on the state of the global workforce for 2022 has been published. The findings are a cause of worry for employers who are looking to stem the flow of resignations.
There is a natural inclination for business owners and those in charge of setting work policies to err on the side of caution. After all, in any company, there are always a few employees who take advantage of any leniency and push the boundaries. How to avoid the pitfall of bad work policies?