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HRchat Podcast: Henry Albrecht & Brooks McMahon talk About Employee Well-Being and Engagement

HR Gazette

Brooks McMahon, Head of Business Development at TINYpulse: Brooks McMahon currently serves as Head of Business Development at TINYpulse, where he oversees the company’s enterprise customer success and strategic partnership efforts. Interviews Leadership Strategy engagement limeade podcast TINYpulse wellnessAbout Henry and Brooks. from Claremont McKenna College.

Let’s Redefine Employee Engagement in 2016

TalentCulture

Disclosure: This post contains a quote and link to one of my clients, TinyPulse. As TinyPulse, a company that offers real-time engagement reports, aptly describes : “Listening to your employees is a great way to build trust.”. Trying to force happiness or job satisfaction in the workplace can backfire, as TinyPulse disclosed in a study published in 2015. Data isn’t timely.

Peer Recognition, Culture and Going the Extra Mile

China Gorman

All these are good answers, but a new study from TINYpulse that analyzed over 200,000 employee responses relating to organizational culture found that peers and camaraderie are the #1 reason employees go the extra mile. As TINYpulse states, “Professional happiness encourages 3X more recognition!” What motivates employees? It is money? Feeling valued at work?

How Pulse Surveys Improve Glassdoor Scores

TINYpulse

We compiled data on all organizations with Glassdoor ratings, and segmented them by organizations that do and do not use TINYpulse Engage. We wanted to see how companies using pulsing feedback fared on Glassdoor. Employee Engagement

4 Things Top Managers Do To Improve Employee Engagement

The People Equation

You’ll find a list of four tips for managers to communicate more effectively with their team members over on TINYPulse’s Employee Engagement & Culture blog with the post, Real-Life Solutions for Employee Engagement. Improving your interactions with employees isn’t rocket science, but it does take effort. photo credit: istock photo.

Let’s Redefine Employee Engagement In 2016

SuccessFactors

Disclosure: This post contains a quote and link to one of my clients, TinyPulse. As TinyPulse, a company that offers real-time engagement reports, aptly describes : “Listening to your employees is a great way to build trust.”. Trying to force happiness or job satisfaction in the workplace can backfire, as TinyPulse disclosed in a study published in 2015. If you feel like you’re in a rut at work, you aren’t alone. Somehow, despite the best of intentions, corporate culture has taken a misstep. Where the traditional approach to employee engagement goes wrong. via Compfight cc.

Remote Workers Are Happier and More Productive Than You Think

HR Gazette

A new report from TINYpulse reveals that there are some nice benefits to allowing workers to work remotely. It’s important for remote workers to get a sense of how people talk to each other all day during the work day,” one anonymous remote worker told TINYpulse in the poll. It appears that millennials – and their desire for schedule flexibility – drove that sentiment.

Company Cultures Are The Root Of All Profits

SuccessFactors

Conversion Rate Experts use TinyPulse , a weekly three-minute engagement assessment for all employees. I study great workplaces. There are more of them than you might believe! It’s true most workplaces are not inspiring, engaging, fun, productive environments. Most company cultures are not healthy. Unhealthy company cultures negatively impact engagement, service, results and profits.

5 Tips to Master Employee Engagement in 2017

HR Daily Advisor

Similarly, TINYpulse’s 2015 report discovered that peers and colleagues are what employees love most about their jobs. by Chris Byers, CEO, Formstack. Every day, Human Resources departments worldwide are placing increased emphasis on employee engagement. To understand why, we need to consider the true meaning of “engagement.”. Employee engagement is much more than employee satisfaction.

3 Must-Haves for Employee Recognition

SumTotal

Unfortunately, according to TINYpulse’s Employee Engagement and Organizational Culture Report , just 21% of employees feel strongly valued at work. One of the best ways to keep the talent you’ve got is to appreciate them. Employee recognition isn’t just a perk that creates warm, fuzzy feelings. It has real effects on your company’s retention and results. Makes recognition flow freely.

Unobtrusive Ways to Keep Tabs on Remote Employees

OmegaHR Solutions

A survey by TinyPulse found that remote workers are happier, enjoy the freedom and flexibility of their jobs, and felt they were more productive as remote workers. Technology allows employers to track remote workers. Today’s post is provided by my friends at SocialMonsters.ogr. Up to 90 percent of the U.S. Remote employees are good for businesses and their bottom line. Time Tracking.

3 Ways to Cure a Sick Organizational Culture

Spark Hire

TINYpulse’s Employee Engagement and Organizational Culture Report revealed this unfortunate news: A whole 64% of employees don’t feel like they have a strong work culture. About the Author: Sabrina Son is a Content Marketing Specialist at TINYpulse , writing about and researching new ways to make employees happier. Do your employees work together or against each other?

7 Misconceptions About Employee Recognition

WorkStride

One of the key findings from the TINYpulse Best Industry Ranking report was that, in the least-happy industries, 75% of employees don’t feel adequately recognized for their work. For some companies, the benefits of recognition are obvious. In other businesses or industries, recognition programs and practices are at risk of being eliminated. Misconception #1: Recognition is expensive.

The #1 Reason People Leave A Job Might Surprise You

SuccessFactors

A study by employee engagement firm TinyPulse identified various behaviors impact retention, such as micromanagement and a lack of opportunities for development. Do you know the number-one reason employees leave a job? It isn’t because of their title, salary, or workload. They leave because of their managers. Surprised? You shouldn’t be. It makes sense, and we have the research to prove it. Multiple surveys have confirmed a manager can make or break an employee’s experience. Gallup found “at least 75 percent of the reasons for voluntary turnover can be influenced by managers.”.

How a Purpose-Driven Brand Can Motivate Employees

OmegaHR Solutions

Interestingly, a survey by TINYPulse reports that money is not the top incentive that motivates employees. Peers are very important in engagement. When it comes to a job, sometimes employees are just in it for the paycheck, the time off and the benefits. After all, we all need to sustain ourselves in our daily lives, as well as provide for our families. But some people are in it for more.

How to Build a Workplace Culture Based on Loyalty

HR Daily Advisor

The 2014 TINYpulse Employee Engagement and Organizational Culture Report , which surveyed more than 200,000 employees, found that an employee’s peers are the number one reason they go the extra mile at work. by Sandy Perlman, marketing director at LifeWorks. So how can employers turn the tides and earn their staff’s loyalty? It all starts with workplace culture. Loyalty builds over time.

How to Empower Your Employees to Give Their Best

ATD Human Capital

Surprisingly, in a recent TINYPulse study only 7 percent of the 200,000 employees surveyed across 500 organizations worldwide said money and benefits. What motivates you to go the extra mile in your role? The top five categories were: camaraderie and peer motivation (20 percent). an intrinsic desire to a good job (17 percent). feeling encouraged and recognized (13 percent). Build Engagement.

14 Great Tools For Leadership Feedback

SAP Innovation

TinyPulse Surveys. TinyPulse solicits frequent snippets of feedback as opposed to bombarding employees with one or two huge surveys each year. YEC (Young Entrepreneur Council) surveyed some folks about how they get leadership evaluations from their employess. Here are their answers. What tools and systems do you have for employees to give feedback to leadership? An open-door policy.

The Best HR Tech for Mid-Market Companies

Pomello

TINYPulse. TINYPulse is a platform designed to improve the company culture in any given workplace by boosting employee performance and engagement. Used by heavy-hitters like HubSpot , Facebook and IBM, TINYPulse offers anonymous feedback and culture survey options that allow managers to gauge employee happiness levels. For now here’s a sneak peak! Employee Engagement.

The Millennial Who Brought Her Cat to an Interview, and other #Compference16 Insights

Compensation Today

From tools like TinyPulse to training managers on quarterly reviews, more and more businesses are jumping on the real-time bandwagon. We are fresh off our first-ever PayScale User Compference, and it was an absolute blast. As a Content Director, I love what I do, but I spend more time contemplating WordPress plugins and less interacting with customers. I absolutely love them! Saints, I say!

What Truly Motivates Employees

TalentCulture

In 2014, TINYhr – creators of the anonymous employee survey-app TINYPulse – set out to answer that question. Employees who go above and beyond are the dream of any hiring manager. Is doing so some kind of innate quality only a gifted few possess , or is it something that’s brought out of everyday employees? What motivates employees to do better? Peer Motivation. Opportunities To Grow.

#TChat Recap: The Hot HR Technology Trends Of 2015

TalentCulture

TINYpulse (@TINYpulse) September 2, 2015. This week we were joined by Steve Boese , co-chair of Human Resource Executive’s HR Technology® Conference and a technology editor for LRP Publications. Cloud computing, HR data management, talent analytics and best of breed and integrated HR and talent acquisition and management systems continue to be hot trends in the HR tech space.

How to Transform Business Through Company Culture

WorkStride

Weekly pulse surveys: Pulse surveys administered weekly through your intranet or other tools such as TINYPulse or Culture Amp can be a good way to gauge your employees’ attitudes in a more real-time fashion. This post originally appeared in Incentive Mag. As someone who has stepped into multiple organizations as a CEO, I know how overwhelming it can be. It can be hard to know where to start.

17 Proven Ways to Improve Employee Satisfaction and Create an Awesome Office

SnackNation

Two of our favorites are TINYpulse and 15Five , software that makes it incredibly easy to survey your organization and gauge employee sentiment about anything under the sun. Both TINYpulse and 15Five provide crucial insights into the state of employee satisfaction, and can help lead you to solutions that will help boost satisfaction and elevate your company. #2 Survey your employees.

How to Sell Employee Recognition to a Skeptical Executive

Bonusly

In TINYpulse’s analysis of surveys from 1,000 organizations across the world , they found just 26 percent of employees felt strongly valued at work. Two thirds of employees don’t believe senior leadership supports recognition programs. Unsurprisingly, 83 percent report their organization’s culture doesn’t support recognition. Employees want money, not praise. Revenue. Investment. Learning.

How often should you take the pulse of your employee engagement?

OmegaHR Solutions

According to an article in Canadian Business , there are several Pulse survey startups like Plasticity , Know Your Company , TinyPulse , Waggl, and Niko Niko , in addition to OfficeVibe. Should you be doing “mini” surveys of employee engagement? Employee engagement is recognized as critical to the success of a company. Advantages and disadvantages with an annual survey.

Mobile, Remote & Fast: The Future of Communication at Work

Workology

According to a report by TINYPulse “remote workers are happier at work and feel more valued, but tend to have a lower relationship with coworkers—an issue that can lead to turnover if not handled correctly.” There are several trends that are, and have been, intersecting to create changes in workplace and workforce communication. These trends include: Millennials as the workforce. The hatred of email. Telecommuting. Increased use of mobile devices. These four things are changing the face of communication at work. I will explore each below. Millennials As the Workforce. Telecommuting.

3 Surprising Reasons an Employee Engagement Strategy Can Fail

Bonusly

You can use a purpose-built survey tool like TINYpulse , an anonymous Google form, or a shoe box if you have to. Employee engagement is one of the most crucial factors for an organization's success, but it isn't a simple thing to get right. There are many ways an engagement strategy can fail -- some of which you might not expect. Top-Down Design. That's usually going to be a path to failure.

The #1 Reason People Leave a Job Might Surprise You

TalentCulture

A study by employee engagement firm TinyPulse identified various behaviors impact retention, such as micromanagement and a lack of opportunities for development. Do you know the number one reason employees leave a job? It isn’t because of their title, salary or workload. They leave because of their managers. Surprised? You shouldn’t be. It makes sense, and we have the research to prove it.

7 Deceptively Simple Ways to Inspire Discretionary Effort

Bonusly

In their Employee Engagement and Organizational Culture Report , our friends at TINYpulse found peers and camaraderie to be the #1 reason employees go the extra mile at work. Discretionary effort can make the difference between a great team, and an extraordinary team -- but what does it take to inspire and support that effort? It's not easy, but it's not highly complicated either.

9 Creative Hiring Tests You Need to Know About

Spark Hire

Neal McNamara , Communication Manager, TINYpulse. Hiring can cost a pretty penny; hiring mistakes can cost even more. In fact, a bad hire can cost companies upwards of $50,000, according to a 2013 CareerBuilder study — that’s a lot of pennies. It’s not enough to base hiring decisions off of an interview alone. You wouldn’t buy a new car without test-driving it first, right? Role Play.

A Finger on the Employee Pulse

HRE's The Leader Board

It’s worth noting that these organizations—as well as most of the other firms included in the Journal article—are on the small side, in terms of number of employees, and pay about $50 a month or anywhere from $15 to $100 per employee for pulse-survey tools delivered by companies such as knowyourcompany.com, TinyPulse, BlackbookHR and Gallup. for instance—use a combination of both.).

5 Things Job Seekers Really Want in a Company Culture

Spark Hire

How to add it to your company culture: Although employees think the mission and values of the company they work for are important, a majority don’t know what that mission entails, a 2013 survey from TINYpulse found. To attract the best talent, your company culture needs to stand out. Job seekers want to work in environments they love, but they’re not finding what they’re looking for.

How Entelo Revamped the Onboarding Experience

Entelo

We solicit employees’ feedback regularly through weekly employee-manager 1:1s, weekly Tinypulse questions, and Q&As at our monthly company all-hands meeting. Four years ago, I walked into the one-bedroom loft that doubled as Entelo’s office. I didn’t have a desk, so my boss encouraged me to set up my laptop wherever I could find room. One employee walked over and shook my hand; the rest didn’t look up from their screens. I opened my laptop and tried to figure out how to setup my company email address. I felt like a stranger in a strange land. The buddy program. Parting thoughts.