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Employee survey questions about benefits

Annual or hourly pay is a very important part of the “big picture” your company offers to attract talent and retain valued staff.

Leadership Lessons from Brené Brown, Ten Years Later

A decade ago, Brené Brown changed the conversation around leadership in an unexpected and lasting way. Brown is a researcher, author, and public speaker whose work over the past -decade has largely focused on things like courage, vulnerability, shame, and empathy. Specifically, how embracing them can make us better collaborators, leaders, and people to be around.   

6 Benefits of Creating Objectives & Key Results (OKRs)

Imagine a CEO is walking right next to a building site and he sees three stonecutters there. The CEO wanted to know what they were doing so he approached them and asks.

The Ultimate Employee Feedback Campaign: 10-step Survey with the Highest Response Rates Ever

Employee engagement surveys aren’t just something you implement because you’re supposed to. Findings from Gallup show that highly engaged business units are 21% more profitable than their counterparts.

A Leader's Guide to Successfully Managing Gen Z

Each generation of workers offers a unique perspective on what’s important in the workplace. For members of Gen Z, who were born between 1996 and 2010 and make up the latest generation to enter the workforce, this perspective has challenged some organizations.

50 Must-Have Questions for Your Employee Feedback Survey

If you want to measure your workplace and find out the underlying issues plaguing your workers, you turn to employee surveys, right? 81% of organizations do, according to a report by HRZone. But before you jump the gun, you need to be deliberate with your question choices. The wrong word choice or a confrontational tone can be off-putting for employees and even push them away from answering the question.