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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?

How to Modernize Employee Development for Today’s Workplace

KeenAlignment

In a modern workplace, employee development is incredibly important. Finding talented employees is difficult for even the best companies. Instead of trying to find elusive qualities in your prospective employees, you can train the workers you already have to possess those qualities. . A robust development strategy helps you with employee retention. It can also help you recruit employees who are looking for growth potential and development opportunities.

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.

HR Supercharged: How Modern Tech is Changing Work

ClearCompany HRM

Not to mention, the potential of a system to include Artificial Intelligence and predictive analytics in sourcing , recruiting and managing people more efficiently. 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.

How to Streamline the Employee Onboarding Process

InfinityHR

percent, employers are struggling to invent new ways to attract and retain talented candidates for their teams. Given that the average employee alters their career path ten times between the age of 18 and 37, employers are scrambling for new and creative ways to retain top talent.

Opinion: Why ‘bad’ data can be good news for your organisation

cipHR

For example, in our field of dispute resolution, a commonly cited financial metric is staff turnover. The softer metric is bullying and harassment scores taken from latest employee engagement surveys. But what’s behind the current or changing levels of staff turnover, and where can you find data in the organisation that can help give you the answer? What is the specific cost of excessive levels of stress on employees?