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No element of a performance review is as intimidating for employees as the self-evaluation section they need to put together themselves. A self-evaluation can change the trajectory of your career; hopefully for the better, but frequently for the worse—especially as a manager begins to question your ability to self-assess.Read Article
Harrison Tang, the Founder and CEO at Spokeo wrote a guest post about How Core Values Can Help Guide Employees During the Pandemic. For this week's TINYtalk, we invited him to share how they let employees define their company core values and navigate through the pandemic by listening and acting on employee feedback. Don't miss TINYtalk #2: Step Up For Students - Boosting Culture During COVID-19. ...Read Article
Like many of you, we felt challenged with managing the RTW (return to work) process from COVID-19. There is no one size fits all for organizations, especially ones in different locations and with different types of workers. Since necessity is the mother of all inventions, we partnered with Dr. Brooks Holtom to come up with a two part RTW survey.Read Article
We invited the culture leadership team from Step Up For Students to share how they increase communication and transparency to engage their employees during the COVID-19 pandemic. Don't miss TINYtalk #1: Inspiring Team Building Activities While Working from Home. Click the video above to watch the full interview with Jill LaRose, Vice President of Leadership Development; Gina Caicedo, ...Read Article
With so many employees, each with their own individual personalities, it can be difficult to come up with customized performance review feedback in a short time span. Despite that, employee performance review phrases remain essential for the future development of your team.
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 should care deeply about employee satisfaction surveys.
Like many of you, we felt challenged with managing the RTW (return to work) process from COVID-19. There is no one size fits all for organizations, especially ones in different locations and with different types of workers. Since necessity is the mother of all inventions, we partnered with Dr. Brooks Holtom to come up with a two part RTW survey.
Viktor E. Frankl once said that when we’re no longer able to change a situation, we’re challenged to change ourselves. This statement rings true during the current COVID-19 pandemic. The virus isn’t something that we can change by ourselves, so we need to see how we can adapt to the new realities.
According to our 2017 Employee Engagement Report, only 24% of workers feel connected to their peers. In other words, more than three out of every four employees at the average organization feel at least a bit isolated. Considering that, maybe it’s time you gave icebreaker games a shot.
This guest post is by Harrison Tang, CEO and Co-founder of Spokeo and one of LA's Best Places To Work. We're constantly on the lookout for tactics, and inspiring stories to highlight and share. If you want to be featured on our blog to share your story that would resonate with the TINYpulse community, please contact Lori Li (email@example.com).