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Employee Engagement & Company Culture | TINYpulse | Topic: Employee Engagement (4)

How HR Has Changed Over the Last 10 Years

Years ago, the human resources department—often referred to simply as “personnel”—was primarily charged with keeping records, ensuring companies followed regulations and were in compliance with laws, and determining wages, compensation packages, and other benefits. Over the years, the HR department has evolved tremendously. In fact, the HR department has gone through drastic changes in the last 10 years alone. 

Social Exchange Theory: What It Is And How It Applies In The Workplace

You may remember learning about social exchange theory in Psych 101. 

6 Low-Cost Ways Nonprofits Can Pump Up Employee Engagement

                      Employee engagement has real ROI. And at nonprofit organizations that depend on grants and donations to operate, getting the most bang from your buck is essential.

23 Exciting 5-Minute Icebreaker Games for Work

Are you planning a company-wide meeting where a bunch of employees who don’t usually work together, will be in the same room or chat? If so, you’ll probably want to have a few five-minute team-building activities and icebreaker games up your sleeve for some quality team bonding.

11 Icebreaker Games for Work Your Team Will Love

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. READ MORE: 44 VIRTUAL ICEBREAKERS AND TEAM BUILDING ACTIVITIES FOR REMOTE WORKERS

How To Hack Productivity While Working Remote — With 8 Helpful Tips

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.