Employee engagement is a critical component of running a successful organization. Engaged employees are more productive, innovative, and committed to their work and employer.
Employee engagement is a crucial aspect of running a successful organization. Engaged employees are more productive, loyal, and more likely to stay with their employer long-term. However, measuring the impact of your actions on employee engagement can be challenging.
As the job market becomes increasingly competitive and unemployment rates continue to drop, retaining frontline workers has become a top priority for businesses. Losing skilled and experienced employees not only leads to a loss of productivity but also incurs additional costs in terms of hiring and training new employees. To combat this issue, businesses need to take proactive measures to keep their employees engaged and satisfied.
Frontline workers are among the most valuable employees in an organization. They represent the public face of the company in industries from healthcare to foodservice, and make tremendous contributions to the economy, yet they are often overlooked and undervalued. These workers also struggle more financially with fewer opportunities and support systems in place to help them advance and feel unsupported in the workplace. For these reasons, it’s critical for leaders to create an inclusive workplace by not only implementing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives, but being open and transparent in communicating those programs down to the frontline.
Incorporating internal communication strategies is vital to business success in today's fast-paced world. It’s commonly seen that poor communication between team members impacts key performance indicators (KPIs) negatively.
If today’s labor market suggests anything, it’s that companies need to rethink their retention and recruitment strategies. The hospitality industry, for instance, has seen the average hourly wage go up 22% since November 2019, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. This has changed since the pre-pandemic as employers offer more competitive pay to refill positions lost or eliminated during Covid.
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Most HR professionals will agree that the high turnover rates in the construction industry make managing labor as a resource very difficult. Employee retention is a countrywide challenge, and at the end of 2022, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the U.S. set a new resignation rate record.
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Let’s face it, building a business case that allows you to capture people’s attention and get the investment you need can be difficult. So how do you convince the leaders in your organization about the importance of employee engagement and communication? How do you get them to invest in new technologies such as an employee app and tell them about the benefits?
An Ark Group survey amongst CEO’s cited effective internal communication as the critical factor by almost 95% of the CEO’s surveyed. However, only 22% thought their own company’s internal communication was all that effective...
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