What’s the Definition of Employee Engagement?

EngagementMultiplier

In last week’s blog post, we explored the difference between activities that truly support employee engagement, and those that entertain and foster interpersonal relationships. However, many people confuse employee engagement with entertainment.

13 Employee Engagement Trends for 2020

Vantage Circle

Employee engagement is a very abstract concept. It is the “emotional connect” that an employee feels towards its organization. Same goes for employee engagement. With every new generation in the workforce, employee engagement trends change drastically.

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How to Foster Employee Engagement in the Competitive IT Industry

Get Hppy

With the current tech boom showing no signs of stopping anytime soon, companies often find it difficult to acquire and keep high-quality employees over long periods of time. Worker engagement is a challenge across all industries, but in IT even the best managers can have trouble keeping their colleagues loyal and motivated. Using cutting-edge employee engagement software. The post How to Foster Employee Engagement in the Competitive IT Industry appeared first on Hppy.

10 Employee Engagement Trends for 2019

Vantage Circle

Employee engagement is a very abstract concept. It is defined as the “emotional connect” that an employee feels towards its organization. However, reports and statistics reveal some common drivers of employee engagement. And Employers must keep themselves updated on these employee engagement trends and statistics. Same goes for employee engagement. 10 Employee Engagement Trends for 2019. Employee Engagement General

9 Dos and Don’ts of Employee Engagement Surveys

Get Hppy

Whenever creating surveys, decide how to analyze, chart and graph the data before employees complete them. After developing the survey and are uncertain about analysis, give the preliminary survey to a sample of people who are similar to employees. Many organizations survey their employees, usually once a year. Only surveying multiple times a year, using a sample of employees, can an organization distinguish between special, one-time events and ongoing concerns.

Building Your Company Culture and Employee Engagement Dashboard

CultureIQ

More than ever before, leadership teams and human resources departments understand the important role company culture and employee engagement play in remaining competitive and innovative in the long-term. . The logic flows, then, that if you understand the importance of corporate culture , you must have a plan for measuring employee engagement and company culture. Recommended Company Culture and Employee Engagement Dashboard Metrics.

Are you the reason employee engagement stinks?

Stratus

The last thing I want you to do is stop having stress relievers available to employees, especially when they commit so much time to be at work. However, if employee engagement, motivation, or morale seem off, it’s not because you need to add to your collection of stress-relieving toys; it may just be YOU that’s the problem. Workplace leadership both directly and indirectly drives employee engagement. Are you giving employees the services they need … and want?

Preventing the High Cost of Discrimination in the Workplace

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The post Preventing the High Cost of Discrimination in the Workplace appeared first on BizLibrary. Article compliance culture employee engagementIn a society that is continually becoming more and more diverse, creating opportunities for face-to-face, open-minded conversation in small settings is essential to working toward a larger culture that feels more familiarity than fear.

Employee engagement: How to keep your top performers

HR Morning

Employee engagement is one of the biggest challenges in talent management. Keep your best workers engaged and you’ll keep them working for you. When those employees leave, you lose essential knowledge about your operations, the investment you’ve made to train them and the relationships they’ve built inside and outside your organization. Why is employee engagement so important? One reason is that the costs of replacing a star employee are very real.

Confronting Discrimination In The Workplace (For Leaders)

Vantage Circle

Discrimination, subtle or blatant, can be seen everywhere in our day to day lives. However, many leaders choose to believe that discrimination in the workplace doesn’t really exist. Discrimination can be in the little acts itself. Should they fire the ones who are discriminating?

Employee engagement: How to keep your top performers

HR Morning

Employee engagement is one of the biggest challenges in talent management. Keep your best workers engaged and you’ll keep them working for you. When those employees leave, you lose essential knowledge about your operations, the investment you’ve made to train them and the relationships they’ve built inside and outside your organization. Why is employee engagement so important? One reason is that the costs of replacing a star employee are very real.

4 practical ways to increase transparency and employee engagement

Ceridian

Your employees are eyeing advancement, but many of them still consider it an awkward conversation. To change this, human capital management professionals have to develop a culture of transparency and engagement. . This can ultimately have a detrimental effect on employee retention, and even hiring. Douglas Williamson, the CEO of the Beacon Group, told HR Reporter that management is “more discriminating” than it has ever been.

Preventing the High Cost of Discrimination in the Workplace

BizLibrary - HR

The post Preventing the High Cost of Discrimination in the Workplace appeared first on BizLibrary. Article Weekly Video Highlight compliance culture employee engagementIn a society that is continually becoming more and more diverse, creating opportunities for face-to-face, open-minded conversation in small settings is essential to working toward a larger culture that feels more familiarity than fear.

Prevent Workplace Discrimination: How to Stop Bullying and Eliminate Bias

Synergy

Today, a staggering 75% of employees have been bullied in the workplace. This is a problem in America, one that often leads to a bias and, in too many instances, outright discrimination. The Nuances of Discrimination. In need of effective discrimination training?

How Better Employee Management Leads to Better Employee Engagement

Cronofy

Employees come first. If you take care of your employees, they will take care of the clients.” Organized and smooth onboarding is a huge deciding factor in the length of time an employee decides to stay with your company. How do you ensure that your team members remain engaged and happy, but also feel respected and valued professionally? Excellent employee management is a must if you want your team to stay engaged and productive in the workplace.

Should HR Give Employees Advice – Ask #HR Bartender

HR Bartender

Let’s face it, human resources professionals often know personal things about their employees, like how much money they make. As a result, it can be tempting to want to help employees tap into community resources. I work in employee relations/training department for an organization in the human services/non-profit field. For example, we link our employees to information about subsidized child care resources, job training, etc.

Ageism In the Workplace – Ask #HR Bartender

HR Bartender

Last year marked the 50 th anniversary of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) , which prohibits discrimination against individuals 40 years of age or older. In a survey from AARP, nearly 2 out of 3 workers have experienced some form of age discrimination or age bias. We are nurses, working at a small surgery center with less than 50 employees. I also feel she may be discriminated against due to her age. This also adds fuel to a discrimination fire.

Organizations Need to Consider Family Caregiver Responsibilities

HR Bartender

At the luncheon, we were given a report co-sponsored by AARP and ReACT, titled “ Determining the Return on Investment: Supportive Policies for Employee Caregivers ”(PDF). She recently authored a report about caregiver discrimination (PDF) for the Center for WorkLife Law. We use ‘caregiver discrimination’ and ‘family responsibilities discrimination’ (FRD) interchangeably. meaning organizations cannot discriminate based on a person’s status as a caregiver?).

Employees: When Should You Lawyer Up – Ask #HR Bartender

HR Bartender

If you think your employer or former employer has broken employment laws; If you have been retaliated against for complaining about discrimination or something illegal the employer has done; If you’re not being paid all the wages you’re owed; If you think you’re misclassified as exempt from overtime or as an independent contractor. Now, employees don’t always have to seek out the services of an attorney. Favoritism is wrong; racial discrimination is illegal.

Discrimination: A Workplace Disorder

SAP Innovation

The story centered on the topic of discrimination as commented by and seen through the eyes of a few recruiters in the staffing industry. The comments in this article illustrated the very nature of systemic discrimination across America and how well ingrained it is in this country. No, workplace discrimination is not a new topic. Discrimination has probably been around since the beginning of humankind, but started to get some notable attention in the 1960s.

How to Confront a Trash Talking Manager – Ask #HR Bartender

HR Bartender

With unemployment decreasing and the challenges finding qualified candidates increasing, it’s sometimes amazing to me that employees have to deal with these manager situations. She also took complete credit of a situation that I handled with letting an employee, where I coached them on ways to improve their work. I believe employees want to hear directly from their boss when they are not meeting expectations, even if the conversation is uncomfortable.

How To 311

Four EEOC-approved ways that your company can prevent age discrimination at work

The Employer Handbook

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission just released a report on “ The State of Age Discrimination and Older Workers in the U.S. 50 Years After the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA).” No, how about I just cut to the chase and share some EEOC tips for reducing age discrimination in your workplace: Include age in diversity and inclusion programs and efforts. And high employee engagement increases employee productivity.”

The Employee Engagement Wholehearted Dialogue: Denise Bissonnette and David Zinger

David Zinger

Dialogue with Denise Bissonnette on Wholehearted Engagement. This is a dialogue with Denise Bissonnette and David Zinger as they talk about Denise’s views on wholehearted engagement. Wholehearted Employee Engagement from David Zinger on Vimeo. [00:04] 00:04] David Zinger: Hello, my name is David Zinger and I really want to welcome you to Employee Engagement & Wholehearted Engagement.

Can Employees Refuse a Pay Increase – Ask #HR Bartender

HR Bartender

I’ve always (jokingly) said that the one thing I can count on is an employee not refusing a pay increase. He said that I need to speak with HR, who said they can’t take the pay increase back because it’s a law in Massachusetts and would look like the company is discriminating against me. What I think readers would like to know is, when they hear that the company can’t do something because of a law, where can the employee go to verify the comment? .

Moving from Salaried to Hourly – Ask #HR Bartender

HR Bartender

Some of those changes involve converting salaried employees to hourly status. I am an employee. It FEELS like discrimination, punishment, and demotion it might as well be. The employer does not have to let the non-exempt, hourly employee work overtime-ever. While I’m not happy to receive a note from a frustrated employee, hopefully this note will help organizations and individuals process what’s going on. I know employees will not like this decision.

Four EEOC-approved ways that your company can prevent age discrimination at work

The Employer Handbook

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission just released a report on “ The State of Age Discrimination and Older Workers in the U.S. 50 Years After the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA).” No, how about I just cut to the chase and share some EEOC tips for reducing age discrimination in your workplace: Include age in diversity and inclusion programs and efforts. And high employee engagement increases employee productivity.”

Emerging Trends in Workforce Management

Rallyware for Human Resources

Employees working where technology and people intersect, spread wider geographically, utilizing more and more AI, require a range of new abilities to cope. Beyond the workplace, there’s a need to ensure AI evolves without bias and discrimination.

Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace: Benefits and Challenges

Achievers - Recruiting

times higher cash flow per employee. However, only 40 percent of employees agree that their manager fosters an inclusive environment. Empowering all employees and recognizing their special talents is part of creating an inclusive company. Increased employee engagement and trust.

Diversity and inclusion training: How to apply it in the workplace

Workable

Bonus fact: Did you know that employee turnover is lower in diverse environments? First and foremost, to be inclusive, each of us has to understand in depth what diversity means, both cognitively – i.e. what it is – and emotionally – i.e. how does a person feel when discriminated against. Once this is clear, employees could kick off their journey of self-reflection. Start diversity and inclusion training by setting up an educational course for employees.

Recording Workplace Conversations – Ask #HR Bartender

HR Bartender

We’ve seen several instances in the media where a customer or bystander has recorded an employee interaction…and it’s gone viral. The Starbucks employee meltdown over a straw is the latest case in point. But what about employees recording each other? I recently received a very interesting reader question: I just discovered that an employee secretly recorded a conversation with someone else in our company.

Employees: You Need to Read This

HR Bartender

Take, for instance, the employee handbook. Companies have been writing, printing and distributing employee handbooks for decades. Is there another way to provide employees the same information without killing a bunch of trees? Employee handbooks are time consuming and expensive to produce. And there’s a perception that employees don’t read them. Human resources creates an employee handbook to protect the company. Employees swear they will read it someday.

This Week in Work: Nike and Under Armour CEOs step down, workplace discrimination and a new source of stress

Limeade

At Limeade , we’re busy staying up to date with current events that impact employees and the workplace. Workplace discrimination. A new Glassdoor survey found nearly 60% of employees say they have seen or experienced workplace discrimination. Additional findings: 45% said they’ve seen or experienced ageism, 42% witnessed or experienced gender discrimination and 33% cited discrimination based on sexual preferences.

This Week in Work: Nike and Under Armour CEOs step down, workplace discrimination and a new source of stress

Limeade

At Limeade , we’re busy staying up to date with current events that impact employees and the workplace. Workplace discrimination. A new Glassdoor survey found nearly 60% of employees say they have seen or experienced workplace discrimination. Additional findings: 45% said they’ve seen or experienced ageism, 42% witnessed or experienced gender discrimination and 33% cited discrimination based on sexual preferences.

This Week in Work: Nike and Under Armour CEOs step down, workplace discrimination and a new source of stress

Limeade

At Limeade , we’re busy staying up to date with current events that impact employees and the workplace. Workplace discrimination. A new Glassdoor survey found nearly 60% of employees say they have seen or experienced workplace discrimination. Additional findings: 45% said they’ve seen or experienced ageism, 42% witnessed or experienced gender discrimination and 33% cited discrimination based on sexual preferences.

NPRM on Sex Discrimination—What Will Be Required?

HR Daily Advisor

Yesterday’s Advisor briefed readers on new guidelines (to be called regulations) on sex discrimination proposed by the U.S. Benefits and Costs of the NPRM on Sex Discrimination. The OFCCP says that this NPRM, if adopted, would benefit 65 million employees who work for federal contractors and even more directly the more than two million women in the federal contractor workforce who are likely to become pregnant each year. Employee Engagement and Retention.

What it really means to be an ally.

LifeSpeak

With police brutality, systemic racism, gender discrimination, and LGBTQ+ rights on top of everyone’s minds, you might be wondering what meaningful steps you can take to fight oppression. Available on LifeSpeak Employee support Management tips Personal life Diversity and inclusion Emotional intelligence Employee engagement Employee well-being Leadership Mindfulness Office conduct Relationships Social change Workplace culture

Court says, yes, you can fire a worker whom you believe made up a discrimination claim at work.

The Employer Handbook

It’s not just people who fabricate complaints of discrimination at work, but those whom you believe fabricated discrimination claims. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 is the federal law that makes it illegal for an employer to discriminate against an individual that: opposed anything that violates Title VII; or. Consequently, this would chill employees from complaining about discrimination. Got that?

Sexual Harassment: The Workplace’s Dirty Little Secret

HR Daily Advisor

Recent headlines have been littered with numerous stories of sexual harassment, gender discrimination, and rape. If you’re a senior Human Resources (HR) leader, make a compelling business case for gender diversity, and link it both to business results and employee engagement. Kevin Sheridan is an internationally-recognized Keynote Speaker, a New York Times Best Selling Author, and one of the most sought-after voices in the world on the topic of Employee Engagement.

YouTube clips of “Live with Kelly and Michael” doom a manager’s discrimination claims

The Employer Handbook

The following day, SEPTA’s Director of Transportation received a link to a YouTube video clip from another SEPTA employee. SEPTA’s sick leave and pay policy is explicitly for employees who are unable to work due to injury or illness. Employees are expected to remain at home, except for medical treatment. The employer had a legitimate business reason to fire the employee. Indeed, that could be gender discrimination.

Are office dress codes still relevant?

Ceridian

Even the most conservative industries like banking are loosening up and allowing their employees to ditch the tie and the suit. Finally, companies may think that no dress code allows employees to be creative with their dress, which may translate to job creativity and productivity. Companies may think that no formal dress code frees employees, but it can cause confusion instead. A dress code isn’t about policing what your employees wear. Avoiding discrimination.