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7 Reasons You Should Be Using Employee Engagement Software

If you're a human resources leader, chances are your job is stressful. CHROs and VPs of HR are being called on to have answers more than ever. With an unprecedented, pandemic-stricken economy and changes in technology, managing human capital has never been more difficult. HR pros and leaders need to be able to respond quickly and come up with solutions for emerging problems within their organization. This can mean getting your hands on software to fix a problem before it becomes a big, widespread issue. HR execs should rise above by developing their intuition, making themselves indispensable—and not obsolete—through decisive action backed by strong data. If you're looking to make the most of your role as a leader the strongest way to do so is with employee engagement software.

5 Questions You Should Ask Before Using Employee Engagement Software

You've probably heard about employee engagement software in HR circles. The good news is it's true. This kind of software can help you become a better leader and address blindspots in your company. But take a step back. Before you start searching for the best software. If you're considering investing in an employee engagement platform, there are five questions you need to ask yourself first.

The Top Employee Engagement Trends HR Leaders Should Watch In 2022

2021 was marked with quite a lot of problems. From the ongoing pandemic to the Great Resignation, there seem to be endless challenges for companies to keep their workforce.  The war for talent started more than 20 years ago and ever since, companies had problems finding the best candidates in their talent pools.

The Practical Guide To Employee Engagement Drivers

Introduction There’s an ongoing crisis in employee engagement and the numbers back it up. According to Gallup, only 36% of U.S. employees are engaged at the workplace which is quite a bleak statement about the average workplace.  So how are businesses expected to thrive in the marketplace when they can’t thrive in the workplace? 

5 Survey Questions To Make Your Employee Engagement Survey Even More Effective