Maintaining work-life balance boosts employee wellbeing, engagement, productivity, and retention. Let's explore the significance of these aspects and dive into ways you can support your employees.
Valentine's Day isn't just about hearts and flowers—it's also the perfect time for you to show employees some well-deserved love and appreciation! While traditional gestures are always appreciated, why not spice things up a bit this year?
Building a thriving organization requires employee engagement and well-being. Find out what you can do to boost these aspects in your company.
We all know staying on top of employee engagement is critical, especially since Gallup’s latest indicators reveal that only 33% of the American workforce, 13% of the European, and 23% of the global workforce are actively engaged. But it’s easy to get stuck in a rut or run out of ways to encourage a thriving, energized workplace environment. If that’s what you’re dealing with, this compilation of nine exciting and actionable employee engagement ideas is precisely what you need.
Frontline workers form an essential part of the talent pool in any organization. They're instrumental in carrying out different operational processes, improving products and services, and navigating growth. It's these individuals who interact with end-customers regularly and thus know the on-field realities best. However, despite the influence of effective internal communications on frontline productivity, efficiency, and organizational growth, a gap is widely prevalent. This white paper takes a closer look at the current situation of internal communication for the frontline workforce and strives to introduce decision-makers to critical trends shaping successful internal communications.
There are a lot of challenges to overcome and elements that need to be balanced to improve engagement. Since the pandemic, many relate to disparate teams, varying employee needs, increased remote working, and the inevitable communication issues that arise from these factors. In this blog, we’ll look at 5 employee engagement best practices to improve the workplace environment. From developing inclusive policies, improving communication, providing recognition and opportunities, to encouraging employees to prioritize their work-life balance.
For any frontline employee, the daily working experience is often a delicate balancing act, with numerous challenges that go beyond the visible surface. This is precisely why all employees want is for you to create an internal communications experience that is not adding to this stress and pressure. In this blog, we’ll dive into why internal communications professionals should focus on simplifying internal communication and the 6 key factors to keep in mind.
Internal communications have never been more complicated. You have to cater to a multidimensional enterprise with a varying workforce composition, determine the right mix of tools, tactics, and approaches, and maintain closer insight and visibility than ever before. All while meeting corporate priorities and overcoming the hurdles of engaging deskless workers. So, what’s the best way to take this on? By creating an internal communications strategy template.
Ensuring robust internal communications is a modern workplace necessity, especially amidst the rising culture of remote and hybrid work modes alongside housing both in-office and frontline workers. Research suggests that poor communication costs bigger companies $62.4 million each year and smaller companies $420,000 annually. But how to avoid these bottom-line financial losses & ensure your organization’s internal communication is primed for success? Let’s check out some internal communication best practices to help you get there.
Employee recognition boosts well-being, motivation, and ultimately, productivity. However, one size does not fit all. Understanding different values and needs across generational groups is vital as you plan how to respond to excellent work. This blog will look at how you can best provide recognition to staff, using methods that resonate with different generations.