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Posts from Estelle Pin

2018 Trends of Employee Engagement

Employee engagement may not be the best term for the pratice of creating happier and more productive employees, but the goals just stated are still top of mind for the most ambitious and growth-minded companies going in to 2018.  Here at TINYpulse, we see engagement data every day, as one of the industry leaders in collecting continuous feedback from employees. From common culture drivers that often get the ire of employees anonymously, to engagement initiatives that the leadership in an organization may take on, we’re perfectly placed to see what’s coming down the pipeline in the coming year. PS. READ OUR ULTIMATE GUIDE TO EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT

Rethinking Retention: the science behind staying.

Brooks Holtom, professor at Georgetown University, has spent the better part of the last 20 years researching organizational people practices. His research has focused on how organizations acquire, develop and retain human and social capital. Publishing to much acclaim, his research has appeared in the top journals in management, and in newspapers and magazines like The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and the Washington Post.

Nov 16

Data-driven Talent Management: a scale-able, predictable approach to growing your business

    Talent management is something that every company has its eye on—especially with people analytics tools becoming popular common practice. And it makes sense: when it’s not feasible to grow the team to a bigger size, improving the performance of existing employees is a great way to get company-wide growth.

What's one of the most important traits of a high-performing company? Agility.

Kevin Oakes is the CEO and founder of the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp), the world’s largest vendor-free network of corporations focused on improving workforce productivity. He describes i4cp as “a research group that studies the people practices of high performing organizations.”

Nov 7

Through the Looking Glassdoor; getting scores to match company culture

 Peter Phelan is a self-professed corporate culture doctor. With an impressive track record as Chief People Officer at both Shutterstock and Mediamath, we’re tempted to call him a culture wizard; Mediamath topped Glassdoor’s best places to work list three years in a row, and Phelan’s work now as CEO and Founder of ValuesCulture helps create high-performing companies with strong positive cultures. He describes his work as “helping companies distill their cultural truth”.

Reimagining the Employee Experience at Fidelity Investments

  Millennials are becoming an increasing part of today's corporate workforce. But with different values and strengths than the generations before them, are we changing fast enough to keep up? Organizations that don't account for millennials in their culture see higher attrition rates, but it's a trend we now know that we can correct for. Fidelity Investments is a shining example of a company taking on major change to draw in-- and keep-- the best and brightest of the millennial generation.