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
Organizations need to perform well in order to continuously sustain and secure their positions in competitive business landscapes. To perform well, the contribution from each of its employees should be optimal. And needless to say, therefore the need to effectively
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
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?