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 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).
Great things in business are never done by one person. They’re done by a team of people. ~Steve Jobs Organizations which believe in this saying are sure to succeed.
It’s 2019 and leaders are facing a critical loyalty crisis in their organizations. Employee engagement has still not been done right in most cases, and employee retention rates are at their lowest.
The biggest reasons for motivation at work are recognition, appreciation, and validation. Without these three elements, employees are bound to quit sooner than you can imagine. Focusing too much on strategy and not so much
Without goals, we are all lost. To achieve any form of success or achievement, we always have to strategize how we are going to get there, with step by step planning.
Another year is over and a lot has happened in the employee engagement space in HR. There was a positive spin last year with employee engagement matching its all-time high as per Aon’s report in 2018.
Employee engagement is the latest buzzword in the HR circle. Suddenly, everyone seems to be talking about it and how it can impact organizations
Human resource management is all about increasing employee performance to their highest level corresponding to their role in the organization. Since every organization is made of people,
Introducing new employees into the organization is a tedious and major function for HR professionals, Especially if they have to onboard a huge number of people on the same day.