As we reflect back on 2016, we want to applaud the countless organizations who committed to their ambitious sustainability and engagement goals this past year. As we ring in the New Year we are confident that together we can continue to have a lasting impact on the world around us.
Below is a list of the top Employee Engagement trends and articles from 2016 that our readers found most valuable and we think you will too.
This past year the UN has given new meaning to the term sustainability, broadening its scope to include: diversity and inclusion, the environment, well-being, volunteering, equality, and more.
In order to encourage everyone to start making smarter, sustainable choices we’ve put together a list of 10 sustainable actions that will actually save you money. Go ahead and share this list if you know anyone who needs a little nudge!
The SDG’s may seem overwhelming at first, but every business can help meet these goals through sustainable purchasing decisions.
As an employer, a manager, an HR professional or just a caring colleague, there are things we can all do to help the folks around us deal with stress. Here are five tips for how you can help those working for and with you, deal with stress.
Millennials continue to break down barriers, challenging their employers, products, and the world to act and think more sustainably.
In a recent study done by Oracle, they found millennials care as much about career development, job clarity, feedback, and rewards and recognition as their Gen X and baby boomer employees do.
There’s no longer a separate work life and home life. It’s all just life. That’s why work-life integration has become so important to Millennials.
The world of work is constantly changing, and this year was no different, from telecommuting, to company-wide service days, to internal career development programs, more employers are offering perks to help cultivate employee purpose.
As the work experience continues to evolve, three principles will be at the center of most everything we do.
Alex Edmans theorizes that businesses exist to serve a purpose, and in doing so will generate a greater profit. It is not a zero-sum game, and contrary to investors beliefs, it is possible “to do good, and do well.”
Employee Engagement Programs
We are thrilled to see so many organizations investing in engaging their employees and ensuring that every employee understands their purpose.
This report based on a survey of more than 1,000 U.S. Workers, explores the relationship between formal employee engagement programming and engagement levels.
Ask these questions, and ask them frequently, to learn how to get your team members to contribute their best work.
Employee engagement programs are not effective when developed with a “one size fits all” mindset. Instead, employers need to create programs with diverse offerings that appeal to all of their employees.
The difference between success and failure in business usually comes down to one thing: good teamwork. For that reason, it’s important to identify and hire based on the qualities that predict teamwork and success.
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