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Why every day should be National Employee Appreciation Day at your office


It’s not just about recruiting the best possible people (though that certainly helps!) – it’s also about teaching, developing, and giving them opportunities and an environment to be engaged. But don’t delay sending that thank you note or recognizing them at the next team meeting.

Moving beyond the annual survey for better employee inspiration and engagement


Michael Papay, chief executive officer at Waggl, told Workforce that there’s a disconnect between the back-and-forth dialogue executives want and what they currently have. Lisa also served in both a product and people strategist role at Ultimate Software as Head of People Engagement.

4 Awesome Benefits for Prioritizing Work-Life Blending


Leaders have an overwhelming amount of responsibilities and accountabilities to focus on at any given time – with many of the biggest concerns centering on employee retention and engagement. When people are not engaged – with their work or the organization as a whole – their productivity tends to suffer and, in turn, so does the performance of the company. In addition to production delays and drops in morale, high turnover rates can lead to unnecessary costs.

Why employee engagement matters – and 4 ways to build it up

HR Morning

You may have the best product in the world, but if you can’t keep them engaged and motivated — then it counts for very little. The more engaged your employees are the more efficient and productive they become. Joe Wedgwood is a content & PR executive at The Happiness Index.

Leadership Effectiveness is Your #1 Priority


Engagement, productivity and satisfaction levels all plummet, ushering in a whole slew of problems for the company, from high turnover to drops in performance. You should be investing in the development of all your employees. By Lisa Sterling, Chief People Officer, Ceridian.

Transboarding: The new solution for retaining top talent


Business and HR leaders must take a strategic approach to transboarding, which includes establishing the appropriate connections, facilitating clear communication and developing a comprehensive yet flexible framework for project and workforce management.

4 Performance Trends All Organizations Must Consider for 2017


It’s the start of a new year, which means, like most organizations, performance management and development programs are being put into place or being reviewed and adjusted. More coaching and development conversations. By Lisa Sterling, Chief People Officer, Ceridian.

Stop waiting for everyone else to make a move


At Ceridian, we are deliberate in making decisions that make us uncomfortable. He wasn’t waiting to be like everyone else, and because of that, he created a product that nearly everyone I know has owned at one time or another – the iPod.

Women in Tech: Thoughts from Ceridian’s Chief People Officer #HRTechConf


Women in the technology field face a vast number of career challenges, from lack of development and mentoring opportunities to unequal pay. At the recent HR Technology Conference in Chicago, I had the honor of sharing the stage with other amazing female leaders to share ways we can better align our people and HR initiatives to support women in the workplace. Not only are we reaching Ceridian women, but we’re connecting to their girls and boys at a young age.

Assess Employee Engagement as Frequently as Your Finances


And the people responsible for managing them are, at least in part, to blame for this disengagement. In years past, engagement was a measurement HR leaders looked at once – maybe twice – a year after the completion of a lengthy survey.

How Employers Can Help Employees Successfully Blend Work-Life


Here’s what it means to me: With more employees working virtually and our digital communications keeping us connected at all times, the line between our personal and professional life is blurring. This is why I choose to look at it as a work-life blend, instead of a balance. We need to stop looking at the two as individual, competing concepts. For example, if you send an email to a team member late at night, they will feel obligated to respond.

New study reveals nearly 1 in 3 North Americans believe their culture needs improvement #PulseOfTalent


When a company’s values and approach to community match that of its people, they’re more likely to be satisfied with their jobs and, subsequently, more productive and engaged. They want training, recognition and development programs to develop their skills in and out of the office.

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3 programs that will help your organization drive culture #PulseOfTalent


A fundamental component of a great culture is access to learning and development opportunities. Training, education, experience and development are the building blocks to a better company. Leadership development. Join me on Tuesday, May 17 at 12 – 1 p.m.

Talent and Performance Management Survey Summary

HR Daily Advisor

Highlights of the Talent and Performance Management Survey: When survey takers were asked if they expect to face shortages of talent in areas that will impact their productivity or success in 2016, the majority (71.4%) answered “Yes.”. The least common response was “supervisory” at 42.1%.