A major life event for an employee can affect her attendance. While having a baby fills parents with new-found joy, all new parents struggle to get a good night’s sleep. Lack of sleep can take a toll on an employee and can result in a few extra days taken off here and there—missed days your …Continue Reading »
Office moral is often a sticking point for employers. It takes only one person to completely trash the moral of everyone in the office. If the office is small, it could even affect the employers. You may not want to fire the person causing the poor morale because he or she is an excellent worker. …Continue Reading »
It depends on what your goals are, strategic or tactical.
It takes two to tango. These days, however, many chief executive officers worry they may be dancing alone with their employees standing idle on the sidelines. The recession has pummeled employee engagement, and poor employee morale has left CEOs feeling out of step with their workforce. …Continue Reading »
Key Point: Most of us, according to research on the topic, aren’t great at effectively and consistently giving recognition to one another. J.D. Power,the well-known research firm, highlights that workers rate the importance of recognition as a key consideration for being valued and engaged, (see graph below). Yet the best behavior practice (according to Achievers), is …Continue Reading »