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Employee Engagement Weekly News Roundup 4/24/2015

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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Well-being programs

Proof Points: The Business Case Behind Well-Being Programs for the C-Suite

Motivators of the Modern Workforce The Millennial generation, which will make up three-quarters of the nation's work force in a decade, is creating new rules of engagement for employers.  In Daniel H. Pink's Drive, the 2009 book suggests that Millennials want autonomy, the chance to get better at what they do, and a purpose that connects them to something larger. Gone are the days when a competitive salary, an office in the suburbs, casual Fridays, and a chance to work your way up the corporate ladder reduced turnover and attracted the best talent.
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Employee Engagement Weekly News Roundup 4/17/2015

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 Weekly News Roundup: 4/10/2015

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 trends

Research Survey & Report: The Evolution of Employee Engagement

Employee engagement continues to evolve and be recognized as a key factor driving business outcomes. Current employee engagement research, like the Deloitte Human Capital Trends report, finds 87% of organizations cite culture and engagement as one of their top challenges. In combination with only 13% of global employees being engaged in their work, employee engagement has emerged as a critical business issue.
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behavioral science technology

Labor Can Be Love: The Content Delivery Mechanism of Employee Engagement

Although Gallup has quantified the problem of only about one in eight workers are psychologically committed to their jobs and likely to be making positive contributions to their organizations, employee engagement is a complex issue with many influencing factors. Specifically, the problem of the increasing rate of distraction and multitasking in the workplace is wreaking havoc with the ability to focus on strategic initiatives. Employees are being hijacked by notifications, task switching and the overwhelming temptation to multitask anytime, anyplace and on any device.
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Work-Life Balance

Oracle HCM World 2015: Driving Employee Engagement through Positive Work-Life Balance Programs

What keeps CEOs awake at night? People and…Sustainability. According to a new report from The Conference Board, Human Capital and Sustainability are both among the top five concerns for global CEOs in 2015. Leaders are constantly challenged to find great talent and keep it; and this year, for the first time, social and environmental sustainability is a high priority. Winners value their employees thoughtfully, much as they value customers. They’ll leverage the best emerging technology and trends for their work-life balance programs and a more engaged workforce. These were some of the key themes discussed at Oracle’s HCM World 2015 Conference, where I participated recently.
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Employee Engagement Weekly News Roundup: 4/3/2015

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 Communication

Communicating Success the eBay Way: Using Employee Engagement Programs to Drive Business Outcomes

The most recent Gallup studies find a great majority of employees are still not engaged. On average, only 31.5% of your employees are engaged, 51% of them are not engaged, and 17.5% are undermining your success by being actively disengaged. Fortunately, employee engagement programs are proven to drive significant impact on your business internally, including: Increase employee productivity and profitability Improve morale and retention Reduce absenteeism and turnover Drive innovation, brand value and customer success
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Employee Engagement Weekly News Roundup: 3/27/2015

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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