Posts tagged with Employee Engagement Surveys

The Revolutionary Kickstart Survey

Posted on August 12, 2020 by | Leave a comment

The revolutionary Kickstart survey employs a powerful, positive approach that garners in advance the aspirations and concerns of active employees especially during these unprecedented times. Due to the current situation we expanded off of the original pillars and concepts from our already groundbrea... read more

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The Most Common Reasons Why Employees Quit Their Jobs

Posted on July 11, 2020 by | Leave a comment

There are a number of reasons why employees quit their jobs. Some of them are family related, while others quit for career related reasons. When you wish to retain your employees over the long haul, the best way to do so is to put yourself in their shoes. An employer should also touch base with his ... read more

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How To Keep Your Employees Happy

Posted on June 8, 2020 by | Leave a comment

There are some vital aspects that you need to work on to ensure that you keep your employees happy and retained. Company and Personal goals must align. Having similar values leads to superior employee support and engagements for the company’s goals. Company’s Culture. As employees and em... read more

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Cling to Purpose, Not Policy

Posted on June 3, 2020 by | Leave a comment

When employees feel as though they are working towards a real purpose, free of over-bearing policies, they are better able to find their voice within the organization. When driven by purpose instead of policy, you not only set yourself and your people free – but you also find a better way to accom... read more

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Shut Up And Listen To Your Employees

Posted on May 17, 2020 by | Leave a comment

As an employer, it can be difficult to listen to your employees and heed what they have to say. A common mistake made by employers is the failure to properly communicate with their subordinates. They typically have great insights and observations that end up being ignored completely, as the boss ten... read more

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The Future of Predictive Analytics and the Human Resources Field

Posted on March 1, 2020 by | Leave a comment

With the advancement in the field of Internet and technology, a large percentage of adult population is online and as a result they post a considerable amount of their personal information and details over the Internet, predictive analytic is becoming exceedingly popular in the Human Resource indust... read more

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21 Easy Ways to Increase Response Rates for Your Online Survey

Posted on February 15, 2020 by | Leave a comment

Employee surveys have become more and more popular with companies of all sizes. They are an excellent means of measuring what is going right and what needs to be changed within the organization. It may be difficult, if not impossible to get 100% of your employees to participate in your well-thought-... read more

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Hierarchy Of Needs Applied To Employee Engagement

Posted on February 12, 2020 by | Leave a comment

Abraham Maslow was an American psychologist who created the Hierarchy of Needs, a theory which argued that psychological health was dependent on the fulfilling of needs in order of priority. This theory put forward the idea that humans must have their basic needs met in order to pursue their own... read more

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What to Do About Our Toxic Workers

Posted on February 7, 2020 by | Leave a comment

We’ve all come across workers who seem to do nothing other than bring negativity to the workplace. Most of them are just annoying. Many can be highly inappropriate. And there are some who are not just uncaring but also adept at scheming, backstabbing, and pressing well beyond moral or ethical boun... read more

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Flipping the Traditional 360 Assessment

Posted on January 22, 2020 by | Leave a comment

As with every assessment, the success of a traditional 360-degree feedback review relies heavily on its design and implementation. Despite the areas in which this type of assessment might be useful, the 360-degree feedback, like every type of assessment, has its built-in flaws and biases. By virtue ... read more

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