There are a lot of industries out there dedicated to making you worried about the world and our future. And sure, there are some things that are certainly worth worrying about. But it’s also important to stop and take note
Do you ever get the feeling we do too much celebrating? Maybe we overdid it at some point with all of the participation trophies—the endless love and affirmation we showered on this generation of “me me me” Millennials… right? Well,
What if someone told you that the difference between a dreary, depressed office, and one that was performing to its true potential was just a TV screen? No, this isn’t about getting everyone excited for Game of Thrones. It’s about
Need information on keeping your remote employees engaged, productive and shattering goals all year long? Then you've come to the right article! Remote work isn’t a fad, it’s a revolution—and one that both employers and employees are finding huge upsides
Worried About Your Remote Employees? Here’s How To Ensure Engagement All Year Round Seven in ten. That’s how many U.S. employees are working remotely at least once a week, reports CNBC. That’s right, the vast majority of the U.S. workforce is now
The problem: many employers struggle to motivate their employees to greatness. As a result, they maintain a staff of mediocre followers. The trick, then, is knowing how to inspire the leader inside every employee. Here are a few tips to help motivate any member of any team:
As more companies move toward distributed workforces, the challenge becomes not only to maintain a positive company culture for your in-house staff, but also to immerse all of your remote workers in your company culture. Due to sheer logistics, that is a more difficult proposition. How do you keep remote employees engaged when they can be any where at any time?
In general, employees working in the United States are particularly bad at achieving a proper work life balance, coming in at 8th to last on the OECD Better Life Index. While this is due to many factors, including manager apprehension and lack of understanding effective policies, there is something employees and managers can do to make a positive change in their work life balance.
Employee retention is often a reflection of a company’s health and success; high turnover rates can indicate low employee morale or problems in management, whereas low turnover rates show employees are happy enough to make long term investments to a
Many companies offer lavish perks to their employees in order to keep them motivated and happy, but things like free food, on site childcare, and office gyms won't necessarily keep staff content. Before you spend most of your budget on expensive things to attract and retain talent, you should know there are more creative ways to make your employees happy.