A New Benefits Trend: Employee Development Programs

Employees that feel they have opportunities for professional growth are more likely to stay with an organization than those who don’t see a clear path of career progression. According to Deloitte’s report, Global Human Capital Trends 2014, over 2/3 of millennial workers believe management should give them accelerated development opportunities. According to a Brandon Hall Group 2014 Read More >>

Why Companies Are Investing in Employee Perks

Employee Perks

It’s hard to justify spending money on something that doesn’t have easily calculable ROI. But companies are throwing down thousands of dollars to provide employees with perks and benefits to everyday items. Why? There was a fascinating statistic in an article by Time magazine that cited the fact that only 4% of federal cybersecurity staff Read More >>

4 Low-Cost Ways to Reward Your Employees

Myth: making your employees feel like rockstars at their jobs must be elaborate and cost a lot of money. Truth: sometimes the toughest part of rewarding employees is just coming off as genuine. Not spending money on extravagant gifts and prizes can actually make for a more personal form of recognition – one that requires face-to-face interactions and Read More >>

3 Things Every Manager Should Do to Engage Their Team

Keeping a workforce engaged doesn’t have to break the bank. Whether you’re a growing startup competing for talent or a Fortune 500 company strengthening its employer brand, the most basic path toward a healthy, happy workforce is building meaningful, social relationships.  A hefty expense account doesn’t always equate to employee happiness. In fact, most drivers Read More >>

8 Ways to Build a Work Environment Around Creativity (Part Two)

Creative Work Environment - AnyPerk Blog

In part one, we talked about how things like ceiling height and cuteness can have significant effects on creativity and employee happiness. We also talked about how, like most creative writing teachers love to say, decorating your office is about, “showing, not telling” what your company’s mission is. So let’s dive right into part two and cover four more Read More >>