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Why Communication Apps Have Become Indispensable for Employee Engagement

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A quote from the Human Resources Today article How connection drives employee engagement: “With the recent shift of many employees working remotely, the connection seems to be universally craved now more than ever before. Connection is, in fact, a basic human need, residing on Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs just above physical safety. And yet, research shows that 40% of employees feel isolated at work, leading to lower employee engagement.”

Why Internal Communication Tools Are Either Mobile-First or Outdated

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“The Times They Are A-Changing,” and sometimes changes come fast and furiously. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many HR-managers and internal communications specialists to have a hard look at the way their company communicates with its employees. The rise of the remote workforce and an increased need for instruction, motivation, and monitoring employee wellbeing all point to one conclusion: the old internal communications tools are no longer up to the challenge.

12 Employee Recognition Quotes From Titans

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In today’s hyper-competitive business landscape, customer obsession has become the most repeated phrase in boardrooms the world over. If you can predict what the customer wants, and provide a seamless customer experience, then you can stand out and win in this fierce environment.

Employee Recognition: The Power of Compliments

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Most employees will be motivated to perform better if their managers praise and commend them more often. In fact, 67% of workers believe that this is a top motivator compared to financial and non-cash incentives.

The Right Way to Respond to Negative Employee Feedback

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In an article packed with employee feedback stats, HR influencer Maren Hogan discusses the value of feedback in organizations:

10 Ways to Engage your Employees

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There is an ongoing discussion about how employees should behave and how they should really engage more in the organization. But more often than not, it is not the employee’s fault, the company leaders can and must do a lot more to successfully engage their employees.