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Employee Engagement & Company Culture Blog

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12 Fun and Unique Employee Recognition Awards

7 Employee Engagement Groups Every Manager should Join on LinkedIn

  By now, you probably already know that more engaged employees equal happier, more productive employees. But how exactly do you go about boosting your team’s engagement levels? Fortunately, there are a ton of folks out there who are happy to help guide you through your mission. All you need to do is reach out to them. If you're reading this, congrats! You're already taking steps to gain insights from the best and brightest in the world of people management.

15 Employee Engagement Activities Your Team Will Actually Enjoy

Disruptive Innovation. Paradigm Shifts. Higher-Order Thinking. You’ve heard corporate buzzwords, right? Every year brings its own jargon. Today’s buzzword of the day: Employee Engagement.

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. 

15 Questions You Need to Ask in Employee Satisfaction Surveys

It’s widely known that when employees are satisfied with their jobs, they’re much more likely to be happy, more engaged, and more productive. Since successful companies are built on the backs of satisfied and motivated employees, it would seem like a no-brainer that organizations would care deeply about employee satisfaction.