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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?
With employee engagement levels remaining stagnant in the U.S. at an alarmingly low 32%, many organizations are stymied for fresh inspiration to drive up this key statistic.
A New Year provides us all with the opportunity to look back at what we’ve accomplished over the previous 12 months, and at the same time look ahead to what we will accomplish in the 12 months ahead. As the WeSpire team looks back at 2015 we’re amazed at what our customers have been able to achieve harnessing the power of the WeSpire platform.
Employee engagement can mean different things to different people, and certainly includes a slew of different subsets, from health and well-being, to volunteering and corporate social responsibility. As such, we continue to hear from companies that figuring out where and how to start an employee engagement program is often the most difficult part of the process.
Having recently graduated from college, I am a member of our society’s newest employee demographic: Millennials. As a new member of the workforce looking for entry-level positions, I did my fair share of research on different types of companies, positions and options. To be honest, I wasn’t sure what type of job I was looking for, but I knew I wanted to love going to work every day and a lot of that has to do with the culture of an organization.