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Employee Engagement
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Contributor: Mason Stevenson
Posted: Tue, 05/22/2018
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85% of employees globally are not engaged or actively disengaged according to Gallup. It’s quite the problem for companies, but there is a way to drive that number down if each organization plays a part. Enter the Aha! Moment: the second someone realizes how all the pieces of a “puzzle” fit together. It’s of serious value to companies looking to engage their employees. This infographic lays out the 5 steps to identifying that moment and the three things that have to happen to ensure engagement. Full Content »
Contributor: HR Exchange Network Editorial Team
Posted: Tue, 05/15/2018
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Charter Communications owns several local cable news television stations around the United States. While there is no shortage of news, the shear volume makes it difficult for news teams to cover every story. That’s where technology enters the equation. Find out how the company uses it to share content across news teams while simultaneously increasing productivity at each station. Full Content »
Contributor: Steve Bennetts
Posted: Mon, 05/07/2018
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Qualtrics, the leader in experience management, has launched a diagnostic assessment and employee experience methodology that combines expert advice and best practices amassed from thousands of successful employee engagement, talent and culture programs with leading global brands. Full Content »
Contributor: Mason Stevenson
Posted: Mon, 05/07/2018
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In Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trends report release in 2017, the research organization found 80% of executives feel staff experience as being important or very important, but only 22% feel their respective companies are good at building a unique experience for everyone. For Walmart, a component of their employee experience program is focused on learning. What they’re doing and how other companies are changing their learning programs to invest in their employees. Full Content »
Contributor: Mason Stevenson
Posted: Thu, 05/03/2018
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The psychological contract is an important agreement between employees and employers. This article looks at the key element of the contract: communication. It also looks at the role diversity plays and how breaches occur and how to avoid them. Full Content »
Contributor: Mason Stevenson
Posted: Mon, 04/30/2018
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Disruptive Trends Redefining Human Resources sets up HR professionals for technology success. This report gives professionals looking for proficiency in merging social media with employee engagement detailed thought leadership on the why companies have to embrace the concept, step-by-step processes, and real-life, successful examples. Full Content »
Contributor: HR Exchange Network Editorial Team
Posted: Fri, 04/27/2018
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Gallup is out with its 2018 Employee Engagement survey. According to the latest numbers, employers are seeing an increase in engagement, up .08 points from the same survey conducted three years ago. This article will take a look at the survey and how it was conducted and further analyze the number with the outcome explaining why there was an increase and what work still needs to be done. Full Content »
Contributor: Mason Stevenson
Posted: Mon, 04/23/2018
How great leadership drives employee engagement
The employee experience is hard to define because of its individualistic nature. It's equally hard to measure. Enter the pulse survey. Learn how the tool helps HR professionals continuously monitor the pulse of their company. Full Content »
Contributor: Steve Bennetts
Posted: Fri, 04/06/2018
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HR professionals have started to realize that job satisfaction isn’t enough for people to unlock their potential value to an organization. As a result, businesses have started to work on improving employee engagement because of the increasing understanding that deeper employee engagement leads to higher productivity and improves the overall lifetime value of their people. In this article, Qualtrics SME Steve Bennetts breaks down the key variables of employee engagement, how to drive participation, and survey best practices. Full Content »
Contributor: Mason Stevenson
Posted: Mon, 03/26/2018
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Malcolm Gladwell, a staff writer for The New Yorker, said, “We don’t know where our first impressions come from or precisely what they mean, so we don’t always appreciate their fragility.” In terms of employees and employers, the clarity of the statement is strong. The fragility of first impressions isn’t always appreciated. Full Content »
Contributor: Mason Stevenson
Posted: Thu, 03/22/2018
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The HR community wants more engagement for a plethora of reasons, but how-to professionals inspire that engagement. Rewards and recognition are strategies that can be used to increase engagement and performance. Full Content »
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Contributor: Kristen Schipfer-Barrett
Posted: Mon, 09/19/2016
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In the last post, we started to look at how HR and marketing begin to mix for the purpose of employer branding. This week we will take a further look at the relationship forging between these two industries. Full Column »
Contributor: Mason Stevenson
Posted: Thu, 10/26/2017
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Next Level Performance’s white paper Getting Employee Recognition Right discusses establishing value-driven employee recognition programs, supporting company values and goals, online and mobile-friendly recognition solutions, formal and informal recognition, manager dashboards and on-demand reporting, and all including thousands of engaging rewards. Full Sector Report »