Category: Employee Engagement

21Jul, 2020

Key Factors That Negatively Impact Employees Morale And Productivity

Key Factors That Negatively Impact Employees Morale And Productivity Employee morale is essentially a build-up of the attitude, satisfaction and overall outlook of employees during their association with an organization or a business. An employee that is satisfied and motivated at the workplace usually tend to have higher morale than their counterparts. Employee engagement and employee satisfaction play an […]

26Jun, 2020

Why Peer To Peer Recognition Is Critical To Your Organization

Why Peer To Peer Recognition Is Critical To Your Organization Peer to peer employee recognition is exactly at it sounds – employees recognizing each other for their good work. This increases foster a sense of team spirit, engages employees, and reduces employee turnover and increases workforce retention and satisfaction. We are all well aware that recognition […]

12Jun, 2020

3 PART STRATEGY FOR BETTER WORK ETHICS

3 PART STRATEGY FOR BETTER WORK ETHICS “I’m tired.” “It’s too late.” “I’ll do it tomorrow.” Are common excuses almost every employee has resorted to at some point in order to avoid work. It’s natural to feel unmotivated sometimes and inevitably dish out such excuses to put work off. But it’s important to understand that one […]

15May, 2020

5 Practical Ways to Promote Work-Life Balance and Avoid Burnout 

5 Practical Ways to Promote Work-Life Balance and Avoid Burnout   More than ever before, many companies are asking their employees to work from home to remain safe and unaffected. As the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to capture headlines in the news and spread rapidly, employees are struggling with finding a sense of calm and stability throughout […]

29Apr, 2020

Warning signs of disengaged employees during the lockdown 

Warning signs of disengaged employees during the lockdown For managers and business leaders, having an engaged workforce is one of the top priorities. Even more so during this COVID – 19 crisis.  Aside from the many benefits of employee engagement, there’s a very real reason why you should strive for a team who’s invested in what they […]

10Apr, 2020

Managing Internal Communication During a Crisis ! 

Managing Internal Communication During a Crisis!    “Without good #communication, leaders make decisions in a vacuum – via @RobertSher”    Shouldn’t then, internal communications be treated just as important as increasing sales? And in the time of the COVID-19 crisis, internal communication unites your employees even though they are working remotely; it is the backbone […]

13Feb, 2020

What Makes Good Employees Quit

There’s this common assumption that today’s employees, especially millennials and younger (born in 1982 or after), are frequent “job-hoppers”. More specifically, they change jobs more often than past generations did and that they are typically always on the lookout for themselves and their next career step rather than staying loyal to one company. This, however, […]

31Jan, 2020

Should you micromanage millennials?

We have all heard the term micromanagement quite frequently. Many agree that it is about controlling or rather over- controlling and over managing people and processes to the smallest of details. Some say it is about compelling people to do what they are told to do. While different definitions may exist, what hits closest to […]