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TeamWORK or Team-BUILDING?

HR Hardball

My Talent Acquisition team recently participated in a team-building event courtesy of our friends at Strayboots. We literally have a motto in our Recruiting organization that translates to “we keep moving or we die.”. which may explain this… With that as a backdrop, a spirited walk on the streets of downtown Dallas would be a great respite from the grind, and would give us a chance to strengthen the bonds of our team.

A Complete Guide to Employee Engagement for 2020

CuteHR

An Engaged Employee is the Holy Grail for any business. With enumerable aspects linked to Employee Engagement, it has become a matter of critical interest for any organization to drive growth and opportunity. “Always treat your employees exactly as you want them to treat your best customers.” Not Engaged: Employees who perform at the bare minimum level of performance and have less emotional attachments to their workplaces.

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35 Insanely Fun Team Building Activities For Work (“Trust Falls” Not Included)

SnackNation

35 Insanely Fun Team Building Activities For Work (“Trust Falls” Not Included). Believe it or not, team building activities for work are critically important to the success of your business. In fact, the personal bonds formed between team members actually give your company a competitive edge. It’s all about engagement. There’s a pretty clear link between the personal bonds between your team members and their engagement level.

The Role of HR in Employee Experience: 9 Ways To Boost Employee Retention Rates

CakeHR

Recruiting, hiring, and training the best employees take significant time and money investments. Without offering these workers a good employee experience, companies risk losing their investments when these employees forsake them for greener pastures. .

10 Ways to Deliver Strategic HR

GuideSpark

From understanding the organization’s talent needs to finding the personnel and providing the support and training to help them excel, HR has largely been able to step up to the plate. 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.