What Are The Benefits of Wearing Work Uniforms?

Depending on the type of environment and industry a business is in, wearing work uniforms can have a powerful impact on both employees and customers. Having a professional work uniform can really help to boost brand image by increasing brand awareness, help to create a professional business image, promote company loyalty, assist with employee security, … Continue reading “What Are The Benefits of Wearing Work Uniforms?”

The Impact of Employee Engagement on Performance and Results

Nowadays, employee engagement statistics are almost difficult to avoid. Gallup recently reported that a meager 33% of employees are engaged in the U.S., with an Aon Hewitt study indicating that engagement has recently dipped for the first time since 2012. Understandably, companies are overhauling performance management systems in response, using tactics like OKR goal setting and feedback apps … Continue reading “The Impact of Employee Engagement on Performance and Results”

Workplace Designs for Millennials & Baby Boomers, Alike

The ongoing debate of how different, yet remarkably alike, millennials and baby boomers are continues to intrigue everyone. What can folks in their fifties and sixties possibly have in common with twenty-somethings? There is common ground to be found between the two generations in many ways, such as caring about community, wanting to be respected, … Continue reading “Workplace Designs for Millennials & Baby Boomers, Alike”

How to Create a Mobile Workforce in Your Company?

When managers have incredibly performing employees, they want them to remain in their teams, looking over the same responsibilities forever. But, for either of the parties, is this the ideal decision? Keeping the best employees of a company in their current roles is known as talent hoarding. That is not a good practice at all. … Continue reading “How to Create a Mobile Workforce in Your Company?”

Which European Country Works Hardest To Buy A Beer At The End Of The Week?

The simple reason that any of us work in any job is to earn ourselves a handsome pay check at the end of the month. Depending on what stage of life you currently find yourself, this money can mean dramatically different things. If you are in your early twenties it might be going towards an … Continue reading “Which European Country Works Hardest To Buy A Beer At The End Of The Week?”

Professional Development as Attraction/Retention Tool is Underappreciated

Employers want to keep their organizations running as leanly as possible. When times are tough, the extras have to be cut. In many cases, unfortunately, trimming – or gutting – the learning and development budget occurs. ​The staffing firm Robert Half set out several reasons why professional development should be appreciated more as a way … Continue reading “Professional Development as Attraction/Retention Tool is Underappreciated”

A Review on Lack of Engagement in the Workplace

In 2015, only 32 percent of employees were engaged at work meaning they were happy with their employment. Millennials were the least engaged at work and the most likely to be actively looking for employment elsewhere. American businesses spend between $450-$550 billion annually on actively disengaged employees. There are several causes for disengagement in the … Continue reading “A Review on Lack of Engagement in the Workplace”

5 Ways to Create a More Inclusive and Supportive Workplace

Creating a work environment that is inclusive and where everyone can get the support that they want is one of the biggest challenges that human resources management of any organisation faces. This is usually more common among the multinational organisations or companies who have modified their hiring practices to reach out to a larger and … Continue reading “5 Ways to Create a More Inclusive and Supportive Workplace”