Jan 22, 2018
Studies show that companies spend about $270 million per year on employee engagement strategies. “But approximately 63 percent of U.S. employees aren’t fully engaged in their work,” says Forbes writer William Craig. If you want a great culture and true employee engagement, provide benefits that positively impact...
Jan 15, 2018
We live in a Yelp world where the
proliferation of third party rating sites and social media has
democratized the bully pulpit. The voice of the consumer has the
power to make or break even the largest companies.
Guess what, those consumers are also employees and they have found their voice has power too. Sites like...
Jan 8, 2018
Company culture can be a tough thing to define. After all, it’s a set of values, beliefs, and styles shared, felt, and propagated by each and every staff member. Ideally, it’s something that develops organically based on the mix of people and personalities present in your office. But as companies grow and change,...
Jan 1, 2018
At too many companies, employee engagement is broken.
What began as a great idea – methodically attending to what people need to be most effective on the job – has become at many enterprises a hodgepodge of perfunctory surveys, consultant malpractice, and fear-mongering.
"Your people are not your greatest asset....
Dec 18, 2017
The function of human resources departments has remained the same for over 100 years. That’s all about to change.
It is believed that the first human resources department was established by The National Cash Register Company in 1901 following a bitter strike. Then referred to as “personnel,” the new...