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Employee Engagement Investments

New to HR

workers reported they were engaged in their roles in 2014 – a disturbingly low number, especially when one considers that it was even lower (29.6%) in 2013. Finding effective and innovative ways to engage employees in an age where competitors have more access to talent than ever before can be difficult. The landscape of employee prospects is transforming, and demands an accurate engagement strategy implemented by human resources.

Top Employee Engagement Tools (Detailed Comparison)

Vantage Circle

Employee engagement tool helps measure or boost employee engagement that in turn will improve the productivity and efficiency of the employees and reduce staff turnover. Features of Employee Engagement Tools. Employee perks: Employee discounts.

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Technology is a Must-Have for Modern Onboarding

Rallyware for Human Resources

But now that our employees are scattered around the globe, new problems appear. How can we preserve team integrity, ensure efficient communication or enable the common use of intellectual property? But so do competitors… this creates new challenges: how to retain the most talented employees, how to effectively connect new talents of different locations, how to achieve the competitive edge in onboarding process. Social media (networks/intranets) are both fun and engaging.

Workplace Wellness Programs To Support Employees’ Mental Health and Prevent Burnout

Thrive Global

Employee well-being tops the list of smart organizations’ goals. The first step to creating workplace wellness that supports employees’ mental health and prevents burnout is identifying the challenges employees are currently facing. Employee isolation.

Don’t Believe The Hype: Unlabeling Millennials

SAP Innovation

Ever since the CoBies – Google’s multi-directional Conference Bikes that transform going for lunch into a team-building exercise – the image of millennials in the workplace has turned into a kind of perpetual second-guessing. They’re also saddled with debt: a White House study puts outstanding student loan debt at over $1 trillion by the end of 2014 – partially due to greater enrollment among millennials.

How to Build a Workplace Culture Based on Loyalty

HR Daily Advisor

Despite the recent trends of HR professionals focusing on retention and employee engagement, a major issue still haunts workplace cultures everywhere—employee loyalty. The American Management Association’s January 2015 survey found that 52% of the 1,200 managers surveyed say their employees are less loyal than they were 5 years prior. Here are five ways you can build a workplace culture founded on loyalty: Start a Recognition Plan. Loyalty builds over time.

The Ultimate Guide To Closing The Skills Gap In Education

Spark Hire

However, in 2014, the number of teachers needed went up to 2 million, according to a Gallup study on Selecting High-Talent Teachers. Graduation rates, student engagement, and student hope are the three pillars to ensure this is possible. Lastly, millennials want their development to be based on building on their strengths and are seeking to align themselves with organizations that will help them thrive in their overall lives.