Low employee engagement remains a persistent problem for organisations of all sizes around the world since 2017, a global Gallup study found that just 15% of adults in full-time employment are ‘engaged’ at work – defined by the research company
Change is the only constant - We live in a world where the social contract between employer and employee has broken down. Careers are no longer created within one company, but across several organizations, hierarchies have been replaced by networks,
Employee happiness is swiftly becoming an imperative in business. This change is coming along as business owners have now realized that organizations thrive when their employees are happy and engaged. The happiness of its employees is directly proportional to the success
89% of bosses think the root cause of employees quitting their jobs is due to monetary issues. However, studies show 79% of employees leave because of poor employee engagement.
The need for identifying and truly understanding the unique differences among people must not be neglected at any cost. Meet Max Steller, a young and hardworking woman who has been working for an excellent company for the past five years.
Employee Engagement is a mindset that needs to be creatively presented forward and taken into consideration by each and every organization. When we are in college we dream of the perfect job, the right career, lavish lifestyle and the perfect partner. Very soon we navigate ourselves towards accomplishing our dreams.
Millennials or Generation Y is a demographic term for those who were born between the years 1980 and 2000. These future leaders will make up 75% of the global workforce by 2025. It is important to know what Millennials expect in order to establish a work culture that makes them feel satisfied. The expectations of millennials are very different from those of the previous generations.
In most workplaces, the only messages that go out, loud and clear, are “all that matters is your work…you’re as good as your last job” Nothing else matter, not you or issues, problems, joys, sorrows, friends or family. It seems a hard thing to digest?
Employee engagement is often confused with employee satisfaction, employee happiness or even employee salary. In reality, employee satisfaction and employee engagement are two different concepts. A satisfied employee is not necessarily highly committed or willing to go an extra mile for the company. Employee engagement does not even mean employee happiness as an employee might not be working harder or performing very well if he is only happy and not engaged.