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Moving beyond the annual survey for better employee inspiration and engagement

Ceridian

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.

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.

Disengagement warning signs and a preventative approach

Ceridian

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. Lisa also served in both a product and people strategist role at Ultimate Software as Head of People Engagement.

Assess Employee Engagement as Frequently as Your Finances

Ceridian

As EVP and Chief People Officer for Ceridian, Lisa has a dual responsibility for Ceridian’s overall global people and HR strategies as well as overseeing the product vision and strategy for Dayforce Talent Management. By Lisa Sterling, Chief People Officer, Ceridian.

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

Ceridian

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. By Lisa Sterling, Chief People Officer, Ceridian.

Leadership Effectiveness is Your #1 Priority

Ceridian

But, when people don’t have the tools, resources, guidance, feedback and coaching to do their jobs effectively, it hampers their experience with your company. You should be investing in the development of all your employees. By Lisa Sterling, Chief People Officer, Ceridian.

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

Ceridian

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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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.”. Formal Career Planning Program. Resourcefulness.