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Posts from Sabrina Son

7 Icebreaker Games for Work That Your Team Will Love

According to our , only 24% of workers feel connected to their peers — which means that more than three out of every four employees at the average organization feel at least a bit isolated.  Strong companies are fueled by teams that have enviable levels of camaraderie.

20 Getting-to-Know-You Questions For Work That Build Trust

If you’re the type of manager who doesn’t talk to your employees that often, chances are your employees haven’t formed a strong bond with you either. This is unfortunate because the better the bond you have with your team, the happier they’ll be showing up to work each day. 

16 Questions to Ask a New Hire During Employee Onboarding

While you probably feel pretty good about your current employee onboarding practices, you may be surprised at how they strike a new hire.

20 Essential Employee Engagement Survey Questions

Employee surveys are suffering, and it's probably because you're not asking the right questions.  To get the most out of your employee engagement survey, you can't expect to ask any old question whenever you feel like it. The correct employee engagement survey questions need to be asked at the right frequency to get a continuous stream of helpful feedback.

How to Create a Truly Effective Performance Review Process

Let’s admit it: the traditional methods for performance reviews are outdated. But they’re not going anywhere any time soon. According to Globoforce, a whopping 91% of organizations use them. And they’re mostly just doing them to check it off their to-do list.

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.