employee engagement

When Inspiration Strikes: The Benefits of Corporate Culture

When Inspiration Strikes: The Benefits of Corporate Culture

We spend a lot of time at work. For a typical 9 to 5 worker, over the 45 years from college graduation to retirement, with a little held back for vacation, illness, and holidays, the total time spent working is around 90,000 hours. Add in a few thousand hours of commuting, a few late-night crises, and a weekend email check or two, and it becomes clear that we spend a significant part of our life in the work environment. It sure better be pleasant!

Four Keys to Improving Employee Engagement

Four Keys to Improving Employee Engagement

Your company is running and you have hired your team of employees now comes the next step: how do you keep your employees engaged and happy? First thing to know is what does it mean to be engaged? Engaged refers to employees who are active participants in the company and they are interested in doing more than just the basic amount of work expected. This is important because a company is only as good as its weakest link, so happy workers make for a better and more productive company.

How to Manage a New Employee’s First Day

How to Manage a New Employee’s First Day

The first day on the job for a new employee can be daunting. Simple tasks can be overwhelming and they can make common mistakes in front of their more experienced coworkers which can sink their morale. Of course, on the interview phase, they show a lot of promise, loyalty, and budding talent, but that should not stop there. Investing time into the first day of a new employee should keep that momentum going. New hires should have that feeling of being passionate about their job and with the company.

Improving Employee Engagement

Improving Employee Engagement

What makes a business highly efficient? It’s employees who are engaged in their work, but why do companies need to maintain a high level of employee engagement? Engaged employees who have a passion for their work willingly put more effort into their roles. They bring joy, dedication, and efficiency to their work. Employees who are more committed and motivated excel and provide better results.

Here are some tips to improve employee engagement:

Help Employees Find Purpose in Their Roles