Knowing What Makes Your Employees Tick
Most HR professionals put the lion’s share of their hiring efforts into finding, attracting, vetting, and securing the right person for the job. But what happens after they make the hire is as important, if not more so.
Keeping staff engaged once they’re on the job can be incredibly challenging…and costly. The 2015 National Job Seeker Report published by JobVite reveals that “45% of workers will jump ship for a new job even though they are happy in their current position.” 45%!
Even more concerning is Gallup’s State of the American Manager Report which shows that only 1 in 10 employees possess the most sought after talent combination desired in managers. Read more…
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Employee Engagement: What it is… and isn’t
When an organization has a highly engaged employee population, it tends to also have a high-performing company. But what, exactly, is employee engagement?
Employee Engagement: What drives it?
To build an engaged workforce, an organization must think deeply about the employee work experience and how it affects the psychological triggers of its employees to get them to believe, buy-in, and engage.
Employee Engagement: How do you measure it?
Measuring engagement should be a top KPI for all organizations, and new analytic tools, social technology and constant connectivity are giving rise to faster, more technological ways of measurement.
Three Tips for Keeping Your Employees Engaged
Engaged employees are not only 50 percent more productive, they’re 44 percent more likely to stay at their current workplaces. But figuring out how to keep employees engaged isn’t always easy.
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