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Employee Engagement & Company Culture Blog

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What Immediately Happens to Other Employees When Their Coworkers Quit

Employee retention is always difficult, and when your best people leave, it’s especially painful. Not only do you miss out on your strongest employees’ skills, knowledge, and contributions, you also have to deal with the remaining members of your team who will likely be upset, discouraged, or worse.

How to Connect With Employees at Every Stage in Their Careers

Consider this, the person you hired is a slightly different person a year later, and a few years after that, and so on. You may never completely lock into people who just pass through your company, but for employees who dig into their jobs with you, those jobs become their careers. And a career — just like the individual who has it — has a life cycle, with different stages, each of which carries with it different goals and a different mindset.

Engage Employees With Repetitive Jobs Using One Simple Phrase

  Employee engagement is pretty much a universally agreed-upon goal for human resources departments everywhere. But while offering something like time to work on personal projects might appeal to developers, or while creating collaborative spaces supports those whose specific jobs require interpersonal work, not all employee roles benefit equally from traditional engagement ideas.

Don't Be Afraid to Disagree at Work — It Can Actually Make You More Engaging

  Who doesn’t like it when the people they’re speaking to agree with every word they say?

Why You Should Take Team-Building More Seriously

How seriously does your organization take team-building?

Everything Leaders Need to Know About Remote Workers

Today’s workplace is a global one, with companies and even teams that stretch across geographical boundaries. Distance is no longer a barrier to collaboration, thanks to technologies that allow for instantaneous communication across state and country borders. The idea of supervising and working with employees you rarely meet in person — if at all — is more and more commonplace.