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Early Data Suggest Employees Are Adjusting Well to COVID-19

Newmeasures

In spite of droves of employees forced into remote work due to COVID-19, employers and employees seem to be coping with the transition. Employees ratings were more positive with regard to managerial behaviors such as, explaining how organizational changes would affect them.

10 Warning Signs of a Disengaged Employee

Aventr

Engagement is a huge issue for companies big and small. Engaged employees are far more productive than their disengaged counterparts. Just how big of a problem is engagement? Gallup found that: in 2015 only 32% of employees in the United States were engaged. Engagement drops to a shocking 13%! The rest of the employees are either “not engaged” or were “actively disengaged.” So how can you tell if employees are disengaged?

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Elevating the workforce experience: The physical lens

Bersin

It is well-documented that employees who are engaged at work tend to be more satisfied with their jobs and demonstrate higher productivity than their less-engaged peers.¹ Organizations where employees are satisfied benefit from higher employee creativity and productivity,?

Retaining the Millennial Workforce and Why It Matters

HR Daily Advisor

As such, HR teams are tasked with the critical job of developing programs and putting benefits in place that lower turnover rates and set their employees up for success as they grow with the organization. To create this feeling, companies should look to invest in these young employees.

10 Ways to Deliver Strategic HR

GuideSpark

And in addition to the new demands put on HR are new challenges—from contending with the rapid pace of technology; engaging multiple generations of workers; and facing an increasingly diverse, remote, and globalized workforce. Prioritize employee engagement.