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We’re excited to announce the findings of a new research study that TINYpulse has co-authored with Owl Labs, on the state of remote work. The study is one of the first of its kind to focus on employee success and retention for remote workers.
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.
This guide is about a powerful idea — one that's well known by only some of the elite managers of the world. The funny thing is it's not top-secret information at all. People have researched, written, and spoken about employee engagement for years. And the top managers have practiced and refined it over the last few decades to create tremendous value within their organizations. For a variety of reasons, though, a vast majority of CEO's, VP's, Directors, and HR professionals still only half-understand it: this guide was created to change this. TABLE OF CONTENTS: INTRODUCTION Why this Employee Engagement Guide? My goals for you How the Employee Engagement Guide works EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT What is employee engagement? Why is employee engagement important? KEY STRATEGIES TO INCREASE EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT Improve your workplace employee recognition Use better employee survey practices CLOSING THOUGHTS The importance of adapting your employee engagement techniques
When people spend 40 hours a week together, week after week, you will undoubtedly have conflicts. A 2009 study by Psychometrics found that three out of every four human resources professionals have seen conflict result in personal insults and attacks. There are thousands of ways employees won’t get along with each other — they may hold opposing views on how to work as a team, feel slighted in a project, or simply have trouble communicating. Managers should follow these six steps to resolve workplace conflicts before they get out of hand.
Need a new resolution heading into 2018? Forget dieting and gym memberships. Why not commit to being a better manager and growing happier employees? This resolution isn’t as hard as you may think. You can get started by updating your Twitter feed to show the latest news in employee engagement, leadership, and HR best practices. By reading one article a day, you can improve yourself and influence your company.