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The 10 Best Tools for Increased Employee Engagement

CakeHR

A lot has been said and written about employee engagement. In fact, when it comes to increasing productivity in the workplace, the first question to pop in our heads is often the same—How do you engage employees in the workplace? What is employee engagement?

HR TechStack – Employee Engagement Software

WhoKnows

Employee Engagement Software Definition. Employee engagement software helps organizations solicit and track feedback from their employees, recognize employee achievements, and promote positive activity. The HR TechStack for Employee Engagement Software.

Create a Killer Employee Retention Plan in 5 Simple Steps

ForUsAll

Putting together an employee retention plan is an exciting opportunity. Being successful with employee retention can have a huge impact on your company’s bottom line. It’s easy to imagine the impressive savings from just a small improvement in retention.

5 Ways You’re Losing as an Employer

Stratus

There’s a phenomenon that many HR nerds refer to as the employee lifecycle, and if it’s something you’re not managing, you may be losing out as an employer. The employee lifecycle refers to the various stages of relationship that an employee has with their employer. Human resources plays a key role in every aspect of the employee lifecycle. Consider a prospective employee with incredible talent who doesn’t get the right impression of your business from day one.

HR Supercharged: How Modern Tech is Changing Work

ClearCompany HRM

Choose Great Employees Over Top Candidates. HR departments, for instance, use applicant tracking systems to manage job ads, sort resumes, shortlist applicants, coordinate with their team/candidates and so on. The ATS also provides opportunities to build on the traditional process. With the right system, recruiting teams can create talent pipelines to fill roles quicker by not starting the vetting process over and over again each time a job opens.