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HR TechStack – Employee Engagement Software

WhoKnows

Employee Engagement Software Definition. Employee engagement software helps organizations solicit and track feedback from their employees, recognize employee achievements, and promote positive activity. The HR TechStack for Employee Engagement Software.

Create a Killer Employee Retention Plan in 5 Simple Steps

ForUsAll

Putting together an employee retention plan is an exciting opportunity. Being successful with employee retention can have a huge impact on your company’s bottom line. It’s easy to imagine the impressive savings from just a small improvement in retention.

The Dark Side of Collaboration

WorkHuman

“Most of us now work in teams, in office without walls, for managers who prize people skills above all. But new research suggests that it’s happening disproportionately and could be costing us our best employees. What happens to those 3 to 5% of employees?

Why Corporate Wellness Programs Need a Dose of Occupational Therapy and Analytics

Visier

The field of “occupational therapy” provides an alternative perspective, using evidence-based principles to improve and measure employee health, wellbeing, and occupational performance, where “occupation” refers to the tasks individuals find personally meaningful.

15 HR Analytics Case Studies with Business Impact

Analytics in HR

It was one of the first examples of the now very popular employee churn analytics. This information was provided anonymously to managers so they could reduce turnover risk factors and retain their people better. Relating engagement with store income. Turnover at Experian.

Opinion: Why ‘bad’ data can be good news for your organisation

cipHR

Although, on the surface, these more sophisticated HR data practices might look like they are giving the board what they need to see, it’s often data without substance or root-cause analysis. For example, in our field of dispute resolution, a commonly cited financial metric is staff turnover. The softer metric is bullying and harassment scores taken from latest employee engagement surveys. What is the specific cost of excessive levels of stress on employees?