Do your employees look like they’re falling asleep at their desks? If so, chances are, they’re bored. Bored employees could devastate a company’s bottom line.
Happiness Heroes is an AnyPerk blog series highlighting our forward-thinking customers who are doing unique and noteworthy things to develop a company culture rooted in employee happiness. For this installment of Happiness Heroes we spoke with Derek Kanehira, VP of Human Resources for Hawaii National Bank, an AnyPerk customer. A little about Hawaii National Bank Read More >>
Is your office more hectic during the holidays? Remember to give back to your employees and show how much you appreciate their hard work.
For companies to properly reward employees for their hard work, they need to reward them correctly. Here are three employee recognition myths.
Are you paying attention to your employees’ happiness? You better be! Employee happiness directly correlates to productivity levels.
This post was written by Sneh Kadakia, HR Advisor for Namely and first appeared on the Namely blog here. It’s no secret: High-quality onboarding sets the tone for an employee’s relationship with your company. New hires feel excited during their first few months, and there are countless opportunities to make their onboarding period successful. However, Read More >>
It’s not just management’s responsibility to ensure their staff is happy. Employees often affect each other’s happiness. Here we’ll discuss the importance of understanding cultural norms in the workplace and how employees can foster positive working relationships.
For our first post for AnyPerk’s new Happiness Heroes series – where we highlight customers who are helping to build a positive company culture – we spoke with Jen Kim, Head of Employee Experience at Lever about its new hire onboarding program – Ramp Camp.
It’s not enough for companies to gather information about how engaged their workforce is through surveys, focus groups or other means. They need to know how to put their engagement plan into action.
The human resources industry is rapidly changing, both in employee expectations and technology capabilities – are companies keeping up? This was the overarching theme at the latest HR Technology Conference in early October.