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Employee Engagement & Company Culture Blog

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15 Team-Building Activities to Build Trust Among Coworkers

100 Useful Performance Review Phrases

Performance reviews are key to offering helpful feedback to a manager or employee. But not knowing what to say or write can make the process downright painful, especially on a deadline. When feedback is such a key part of boosting employee engagement, it's important to get it right.

19 Creative and Sincere Employee Appreciation Ideas

Today’s workplace is experiencing a shift from employee recognition as being “nice to have” to “need to have.”

12 Fun and Unique Employee Recognition Awards

8 Simple yet Effective Exercises You Can Do at Your Desk

Working 40 hours a week — or even more, when the busy season comes around — helping your kids with their homework, taking care of your dog, cooking dinner, and all that commuting leaves little time to get in your workout. Sure, you could wake up at 4 or 5 a.m. to hit the gym before you shower and leave for work, but when the baby keeps you up until midnight, that’s not possible — unless you want to sleep through your 10 a.m. meeting. If you feel like you aren’t getting the exercise that not only keeps you in shape and healthy but boosts the endorphins and relieves stress, you are definitely not alone.

The Ultimate List of Team-Building Activities

Time and time again, we talk about how organizational culture is one of the top factors tied to employee happiness. And peers? They’re the number one thing people love about their job, all according to our research. So in the company’s best interest, you should do your best to build bridges within the team, department, and organization.