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Employee Engagement & Company Culture Blog

Employee Engagement & Company Culture | TINYpulse | Employee Recognition

9 Ways to Delight Your Employees on Their Birthdays

In smaller organizations, it’s easy to recognize each individual’s accomplishments and milestones. As organizations grow, this becomes more difficult — and it’s increasingly easier to take employees for granted.

The Perfect Employee Appreciation Day in 4 Simple Steps

Your employees know that you appreciate them. They know their hard work is valued. They know they’re integral to the entire organization. Right?

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.

The Link Between Happy Employees and Productivity

Is it possible to boost productivity simply by making your employees happy? We think so.

You Could Be Struggling With Employee Retention and Not Know It

The economy is on the rise, and the unemployment rate is down below 5.0%. It’s a great time for employees to expand their roles and look for jobs that will engage and excite them . . . and it’s a terrible time for leaders trying to retain their workforce!

How to Help Employees Feel Good About Their Work

You might think that what makes your employees happiest at work is when they’re getting paid boatloads of money and are happy with their jobs. That’s part of the equation, for sure, but it turns out, it’s not entirely that simple.