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Sweet summertime. These fleeting months are filled with vacations, days at the beach or by the pool and late night BBQs – but where does work fit in when it comes to your employees’ summer priorities?
Two thirds of millennials won’t work for a company that does not have strong corporate responsibility efforts, and once hired, they are more likely to to be loyal when they feel like they can make a positive impact at work.
If business strategy had a twitter feed, purpose would be trending. Whether it’s global conferences like Davos and the EY Growth Forum or more targeted conferences like the recent National Association of Insurance & Financial Advisors, purpose is a hot topic. And it should be.
Employee Engagement programs, unfortunately, are not effective when developed with a “one size fits all” mindset. Instead, employers need to create programs with diverse offerings that appeal to to all of their employees.
It’s finally getting warm in Boston and our team is taking advantage of the weather by going for mind-clearing walks, grabbing lunch from local food trucks and biking or walking to work. Here are five employee engagement programs that you can suggest or implement now that summer is on its way in!
Have you heard of the New York Times 7-Minute Workout?
This past week the Ross Michigan School of Business held their third annual Positive Business Conference. The event brought together students, faculty and business leaders to learn and share best practices for transforming business to be a force for good in the world.
Highly engaged employees are 4x more likely to do something good for their company, recommend their company’s product or service, offer helpful improvements, and are willing to stay beyond their normal workday to get things done. Read on to learn how to develop employee engagement programs that make a difference.