Nearly a decade ago, I convinced my wife to sell everything we owned, stuff the rest of our belongings in storage, and buy one-way tickets to New Zealand when our daughter was 10 months old to take a careercation. While living out of two suitcases and visiting six countries, I was inspired to start TINYpulse with the simple idea that happier employees make happier parents, partners, children, ...Read Article
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) efforts have really accelerated and taken off in recent years. In a 2021 survey of over 400 human resources managers, over 50% rated DE&I as a top priority for their organizations. Furthermore, our research surveyed over 1,000 employees corroborates this trend, and 73% of respondents shared that their organizations are committed to diversity.Read Article
Employees who were hired during the COVID-19 pandemic are struggling to get connected in the social fabric and culture of organizations in ways that may not be easily observed. This cohort is providing 34% less peer recognition than their counterparts from the previous year. What’s more, they are 20% less likely to acknowledge company values by tagging values to the recognition they do provide.Read Article
A primary concern among employers is managing employees’ workload. A recent report by Limeade found that 40% of employees cited burnout as a top reason for leaving their jobs. Increased contact between employers and employees due to advances in technology and the pandemic stripped away the barriers between work and life. Stressed-out folks with a poor work-life balance are more likely to leave their jobs — tanking your employee retention rate.
Months ago you probably heard a lot about the Great Resignation, but recently not nearly as much. High-turnover rates didn't just disappear. Finding it difficult to acquire and retain top talent is still a problem in today's workforce. If your organization is still struggling with employee turnover, you are not alone. Check out our tips on how to retain your top performers: 1) Champion Psychological Safety 2) Encourage Work-Life Balance 3) Help Them Find Their Purpose 4) Invest In Them 5) Ask, Listen, and Take Action
Employee engagement impacts nearly every aspect of your business, from revenue to retention to recruitment and more. Employees who are more engaged at work are more likely to work harder and motivate others to do the same. As an HR leader, you want to ensure you're fostering greater employee engagement, not destroying it.