Motivation & Retention

Successfully Managing Your Workforce From Home

As the coronavirus pandemic continues and it’s unclear how long we’ll be working remotely, it’s important that business leaders have strategies in mind to effectively manage their employees from home. This includes maintaining morale, inspiring strong communication, and offering resources to help employees succeed under remote work conditions. Here are some tips you can follow…

Using Employee Analytics to Improve Retention

Unemployment is currently very low in the U.S., which means it’s even more crucial than usual to retain your all-star employees by implementing strong tactics and strategies to help keep your workers happy and at your company. Top HR executives agree just how important this is, according to a USC study on the topic. So,…

Three Ways to Guarantee a Successful Employee Experience

For a company, creating a positive employee experience is of the utmost importance if you want to be successful. If you don’t have motivated people who believe in what they’re doing and work in positive conditions, disaster can strike. Instead, it’s up to management to ensure that the conditions are as helpful as possible. To…

3 Ways Younger Workers Can Help Older Employees at the Office

In the New Year, it’s important that everyone on the team can collaborate with one another effectively. And that’s especially important for younger workers who want to better understand their older co-workers so that they can succeed at the office. For employees who fall within the Millennial or Gen Z age ranges, there are tips…

4 Strategies to Communicate Change Effectively and Motivate Employees

When you need to implement change at an organization, it’s never easy. Many times, executives don’t clearly or effectively communicate the changes in a timely, considerate or successful manner, which can leave employees feeling undervalued, underappreciated and burned out. In fact, the Harvard Business Review notes that many employees believe that companies have failed to…

Measuring the Success of Your Change Management Process

It’s often said that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, yet expecting a different result. In the business world, even when a plan of action isn’t working, it can be difficult to break from what’s routine. On the other hand, orchestrating change in an organized manner can be…

Setting up the Change Management Process for Success

Imagine this scenario: your company is preparing for organizational change now or in the coming months. Maybe you need to restructure in order to drive greater productivity and revenue. Or perhaps change management is necessary at your firm to complete a large merger or acquisition, smoothly and effectively. Regardless of the reason(s) for business transformation,…

Have you Modernized Your Employee Review Practices

Traditional business practices are being shaken up. Many companies are reviewing their long-held traditions in favor of more agile, responsive ways of managing workers. Some of these changes include providing employees with flexibility to work from home more often, and leveraging technology like Skype for Business or Yammer to better communicate and share information among…

How Company Benefits Can Motivate You to Remain Engaged

Did you know that 75 percent of employees prefer increased benefits rather than a raise? If you’re someone who finds more value and motivation in things like employee development, tuition reimbursement and even wellness programs, these figures from Glassdoor’s Q3 2015 Employment Confidence Survey probably don’t come as a surprise. However, if you are someone principally driven…