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Disengagement warning signs and a preventative approach

Ceridian

As Melissa Campeau pointed out in the September issue of HR Professional Magazine, research has found that, although most company leaders agree that having employees who are engaged is important, only 30 percent of workers are. In these meetings, ask them about the challenges they are facing, how they feel about their responsibilities, and how their current role is fitting into their career plan. By Lisa Sterling, Chief People Officer, Ceridian.

Moving beyond the annual survey for better employee inspiration and engagement

Ceridian

According to Workforce magazine, employee surveys have a major weakness when it comes to engagement and creating inspired employees – they tend to make interactions between management and staff rather one-sided. Companies shouldn’t strive just for employee development in terms of knowledge and job skills – they should also look to develop engagement. Lisa also served in both a product and people strategist role at Ultimate Software as Head of People Engagement.