The importance of employee recognition is seen in Tinypulse’s report where 77 percent of employees said they don’t feel strongly valued for the work that they do. That is quite a huge number in today’s day and age when every company seems to be aware of the importance of employee happiness.
We live in good times. You know why? Because people are finally talking about issues openly that have gone unnoticed or ignored for decades. Mental health is one such topic that is finally getting the attention it deserves.
We all know the positive relationship that exists between higher employee engagement and better business outcomes. Along with this, there is also a surprising link between employee engagement and customer experience (CX).
For decades, designing and implementing employee rewards and recognition programs has been a pretty straightforward process. Health benefits, a raise once a year and vacation time pretty much were what counted as “benefits.” Well, that age is over.
Organizations often wonder about the secret to keeping growth high and constant. While trying to find solutions, they come up with so many ways – from hiring the best
Employee engagement continues to be a puzzle even in 2019. Even though the term has been replaced by “experience,” a lot still needs to be understood
Executing performance reviews effectively continues to be a puzzle in organizations worldwide. All kinds of technology are being introduced at a rapid pace in order to solve the burning problems of performance management. While all this is good progress, why is top management still unable to crack an effective answer?
It has taken years for companies to understand the impact of the millennial workforce on workplace structure and dynamics. The debate of millennials is not even over and
We have read about and experienced how dreadful annual performance reviews can be for employees (and managers)!