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3 strategies to boost employee engagement

3 strategies to boost employee engagement and strengthen economic, social and environmental quality of life

A recent Gallup report shows that companies with highly engaged employees have 147% higher earnings per share compared to companies with low employee engagement. In addition to driving higher levels of productivity and lower turnover rates, employee engagement programs also positively impact customer ratings and satisfaction: Analysis by Harvard Business School found a causal relationship between customer loyalty and employees’ participation in sustainable activities through Caesars' engagement program.
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Employee Engagement Weekly News Roundup 6/26/2015

The WeSpire Employee Engagement Weekly News Roundup aggregates the top employee engagement articles from around the industry to keep you informed and inspire positive impact in your organization.
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Employee Engagement Surveys vs. Purposeful Work

Overcoming the Ineffectiveness of the Employee Engagement Survey through Purposeful Work

For more than 30 years Gallup and other companies have pioneered the concept of the "engagement survey" as far back as the late 1800s when Fredrick Taylor, a pioneering industrial engineer in the steel industry, began to evaluate employee productivity relative to their attitudes towards work.
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Employee Engagement Weekly News Roundup 6/19/2015

The WeSpire Employee Engagement Weekly News Roundup aggregates the top employee engagement articles from around the industry to keep you informed and inspire positive impact in your organization.
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Celebrating the Wins: Recognition in HR Tech and Entrepreneurship

The past six weeks have been quite exciting for Team WeSpire. We started with a visit to the HRO Today Forum in Philadelphia. Hosted by Executive Editor Debbie Bolla and her team, the event brought together HR leaders to discuss how the alignment of strategic goals can yield a positive workplace culture and additional business successes. HR executives met with industry thought leaders to review the latest research, attend interactive sessions, discuss the newest tools, and truly learn from one another.
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Employee Engagement Weekly News Roundup 6/12/2015

The WeSpire Employee Engagement Weekly News Roundup aggregates the top employee engagement articles from around the industry to keep you informed and inspire positive impact in your organization.
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Using Data to Fuel Your Employee Engagement Program [SlideShare]

Arming yourself with the latest and greatest data is often the first (and necessary) step to gaining buy-in for taking your employee engagement program to the next level. 57% of employees, and 76% of Millennials, want their employer to do more around employee engagement This is one of the powerful findings from our new research report, The Evolution of Employee Engagement. But as a business stakeholder, how do you take data and turn it into actionable and impactful results for your employee engagement program?
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Employee Engagement Weekly News Roundup 6/5/2015

The WeSpire Employee Engagement Weekly News Roundup aggregates the top employee engagement articles from around the industry to keep you informed and inspire positive impact in your organization.
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California Drought Impact: Utilizing Employee Engagement Technology to Change Behavior

For the first time in California history, at the start of April, the state imposed mandatory water restrictions in response to the state’s four-year drought. Countless articles have highlighted the drought's impact on communities, agriculture, and residents alike. While opinions differ, consensus does emerge around the idea that every Californian can and should make some change in their behavior to reduce their own water use. But behavior change is hard to do and it involves both raising awareness and providing triggers that both elicit interest and motivation to take action, which over time, will change behavior. Triggers can be utilized in many different ways—the trick is knowing which trigger to use based on a user's likes and dislikes. In order to inspire Californians to reduce their water usage, they need to benefit from technology that will help them become knowledgable about how they can make an impact—and share their experiences with others and inspire change on a large scale.
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WeSpire’s Employee Engagement Research Report: 57 Percent of Workers Want Employers to Increase Employee Engagement

A recap of WeSpire's latest research report, 'The Evolution of Employee Engagement.'
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