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A Complete Guide to Employee Engagement for 2020

CuteHR

An Engaged Employee is the Holy Grail for any business. With enumerable aspects linked to Employee Engagement, it has become a matter of critical interest for any organization to drive growth and opportunity. So what is Employee Engagement?

Fun Holidays to Celebrate in the Office in Q1 2020

EngagementMultiplier

Some businesses create their own holiday as a form of marketing, like American Express’s “Small Business Saturday”, but we think holidays should have a more active role in the day-to-day lives of employees. Maybe that’s writing thank-you notes for your holiday gifts, or showing gratitude and recognition to your employees, team members and customers. Make it fun, make it engaging, and give your customers a chance to get to know you too.

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Employee Absenteeism And The Role Of Effective Management

Vantage Circle

Employee absenteeism refers to the absence of employees from their regular work when they are typically scheduled to work. The companies recognize this fact, and in case of emergencies and health issues, they have leave policies for employees. Employee Engagement.

Rules for Long-Distance Leadership: An Interview with Wayne Turmel

David Zinger

This interview focuses on the connections between long-distance leadership and employee experience & engagement based on the book. What role do you see remote leaders playing in employee’s experience and engagement at work?

HR Strategy: Creating an Engaged Ecosystem in the Workplace

EngagementMultiplier

What is the key to survival in a rapidly changing business environment and what does the HR team need to do to deliver this transformation? The challenges facing the workplace of 2020 and beyond are so complex that they cannot be solved by people working in one function. – Trends for 2020 by Bruce Barclay, TheHRDirector.com. The important thing is to use your office environment to support your goals and your employees’ needs. Do employees trust each other?