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Employee Engagement and Recognition

Anonymous vs. Non-Anonymous Employee Feedback?

Over 85% of employees report feeling a sense of disengagement from their current employment. This is costing North American economies a staggering $550 billion in lost productivity annually. The importance of ongoing peer feedback and allowing employees to feel heard has very real fiscal impacts. We have come a long way in employment relations and human resource management. Our understanding …

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Employee Engagement and Recognition

Designing an effective employee survey

Companies with high levels of employee engagement are 21% more profitable but unfortunately those are in the minority. Over 80% of employees report feeling disengaged from their work which dramatically reduces productivity and revenue. Giving a voice to your team through employee surveys helps to foster engagement through psychological safety, trust, respect and fulfillment. Employees are afforded the opportunity to …

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Employee Engagement and Recognition

What comes first, employee engagement or company performance?

Does employee engagement really equal company performance? Let’s take a look. Gallup is considered the leading authority in business analytics so when they say employee engagement boosts profitability by 21%, it is worth taking note. However, despite the swell of attention and research contributing to the broad stroke statement, unmanaged and unanimous engagement do not automatically result in improved individual …

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