Is your company’s culture changing as it grows? Are employees unhappy with the change and thus less productive? We address these concerns and offer tips about how to boost employee happiness by maintaining a positive company culture even as you scale.
Everyone wants to work at a company with positive culture, but how can a company measure the value of a good company culture? We’ll address that here.
Millennials will enjoy and be more engaged at their jobs when they have their companies give them the chance to learn and grow.
The balance of power in the employer-employee relationship has shifted, making today’s employees more like customers or partners than subordinates.
Wellness programs should be major pillars in any organizations’ benefits programs because it leads to greater employee happiness, health and productivity.
Now more than ever before people expect their employers to offer them comprehensive and creative benefits packages.
Companies need to understand if and how a generational gap exists within their workforce. This will allow them to offer more appropriate, unique perks, recognition programs and benefits to employees and help them build a company where employees love to work.
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 >>
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 >>
The numbers don’t lie; lost productivity due to disengaged employees costs the economy over $300 billion every year. In fact, companies that have unhappy employees have three percent lower earnings per share than the norm. Nearly 46% of new hires fail within the first 18 months of employment and 89% of those failures are attributed to Read More >>