Employee Engagement Strategy for the New Year

More than just having a source of income, people seek out different career opportunities to hone their skills, test their abilities, and better themselves. Often, people leave their jobs not so much because they want a higher pay but because they feel stuck with no prospect of progressing in the future. Unhappy employees influence the … Continue reading “Employee Engagement Strategy for the New Year”

5 Tips for Fostering a Collaborative Work Environment

Collaborative workforces have been proven to be more productive than those which focus solely on individual work. If your business has yet to take the leap, how do you know when it’s the right time, or if your employees would perform better when working in teams? Do your employees wander the office, disengaged from their … Continue reading “5 Tips for Fostering a Collaborative Work Environment”

How to Find Your Best Employees and Keep Them Around

A business is about people. The better the people you have, the better your business is going to do. For that reason, you want the best people that are out there and you don’t just want them for the short term, you want them to want to stick around for the rest of their lives. … Continue reading “How to Find Your Best Employees and Keep Them Around”

5 Essential Keys to Having A Safe Workplace

It is a well-known fact that a company’s success stems from and relies heavily on the well-being of its employees. In most cases, this encompasses a variety of aspects, all of which amount to a basic human right: the right to feel safe and secure at your workplace. No two industries are the same – … Continue reading “5 Essential Keys to Having A Safe Workplace”

Benefits & Drawbacks of Open Office Spaces

Through the history of work, offices have taken all shapes and sizes. One of the more recent trends has focused on open offices, which are supposed to drive communication and collaboration, as well as a push toward a more level office work place. It’s a trend with staying power, too: Almost three-fourths of all employees … Continue reading “Benefits & Drawbacks of Open Office Spaces”

The Best Tools for Lazy but Successful HR Directors

HR has become a pretty complicated area to manage with a countless number of daily tasks that need to be done. Even HR directors often need assistance with performing all roles, such as building and managing the workforce, supporting the colleagues, delivering analytics, and so on. Do not worry, though, in this article we will … Continue reading “The Best Tools for Lazy but Successful HR Directors”

How Training & Development Programs Benefit Both the Employer & the Employee

Training and development is a process where a person or a group of people are imparted skills, knowledge about a particular technology or concept to improve their skills and knowledge so as to bring an overall change in their personality. Training is teaching or developing an employee to brush his skills to do a particular … Continue reading “How Training & Development Programs Benefit Both the Employer & the Employee”

The Benefits of Having A Company LinkedIn Page

The largest professional social network LinkedIn with 450 million + members has been in the news recently with Microsoft acquiring it for $26.2 billion. Many businesses are missing an important marketing tool by not having a company LinkedIn page. Whether you work for a large company or own your own small business, a company LinkedIn … Continue reading “The Benefits of Having A Company LinkedIn Page”

Employee Motivation Tactics that Work

Methods of motivation come in many shapes, forms, colors, creeds– perhaps not creeds, necessarily, but by the end of any motivational speech, ideally your team will be spirited enough that they’re prepared to enter into a group blood-pact to achieve it. Breach of HR conduct and safety aside, there’s nothing more fortified than a group … Continue reading “Employee Motivation Tactics that Work”

Workers’ Compensation: Does Your Company Have Your Back?

Does your job have your best interests at heart, or does your employer care more about earning money from your labor than about your safety? It’s sadly common for companies to treat their workers like replaceable parts, valuable only for their productivity at the end of the day.  One way you tell whether your company … Continue reading “Workers’ Compensation: Does Your Company Have Your Back?”