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.
While many factors can have an impact on employee behavior, the culture of the organization plays a significant role in shaping how employees think, act, and interact with one another. In fact, employee behavior in the workplace is influenced by organizational culture more than most people realize. This blog will help you understand the intricate relationship between organizational culture and employee behavior.
Technology is transforming employee engagement and retention for deskless workers. So, if you want to vitalize employee satisfaction, productivity, and profits while slashing turnover, this blog is a must-read. Discover the latest strategies and insights for empowering your frontline workforce.
Employee recognition is not just a feel-good practice; it has tangible benefits for both employees and organizations. When employees are recognized for their hard work and contributions, it boosts their self-esteem and motivates them to continue performing at their best. A simple “good job” or a nod of appreciation can go a long way. Sadly, more than 3/4 of employees have gone a whole year without any form of recognition in the workplace. In this blog, we will discuss the 4 reasons that clearly prove that employee recognition matters now more than ever. As well as touch upon some best practices for giving employees the recognition and appreciation they deserve.
Looking for sustained growth and bottom-line success? In this brief guide, we’ll dive into some effective retention strategies. Read on for insights and actionable ways to cultivate an environment where employees feel valued, engaged, and motivated to stay for the long haul.
As we step into 2024, industry leaders are reshaping the narrative, offering invaluable insights that transcend conventional norms. In this blog, we delve into the wisdom shared by experts who are revolutionizing internal communications, providing a compass for navigating the ever-evolving dynamics of the corporate world.
In a modern world where individuals value authenticity, transparency, and meaningful connections, encouraging employee advocacy is a strategic success driver for organizations. Employee advocacy includes any activities by employees that actively promote and champion a company's brand, values, products, and services—for example, employees resharing company posts on their social media handles and raising awareness.
60% of organizations suffer from poor corporate communication, resulting in low productivity and a lack of employee engagement. Sometimes, even the senior team struggles to list their organization’s strategic priorities. When probed, only 28% could articulate three. Let’s look at what a corporate communication strategy is, what it should include, and what you should expect it to achieve for your organization. Also, how to choose the right type of strategy for your needs and how to measure success.
Engaged manufacturing workers are 70% more productive, 78% safer, 44% more profitable, and turn out higher quality work than unengaged workers. While in practice, the manufacturing sector has chronically low engagement.If organizations want to remain competitive, it's time to act.
We’re not saying that you should be thinking too much about work while you lounge on the sofa after too much chocolate and mulled wine. However, nestled within some of our favorite Christmas movies are important messages on the value of good internal communication.