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Employee Engagement & Company Culture Blog

Employee Engagement & Company Culture | TINYpulse | Workplace Trends

9 Company Outings That Will Delight Employees

The entire point of a company outing is to help promote a strong company culture in which employees feel connected to one another and in which employee happiness is a priority. That’s why it’s so worth the effort to attempt to pull off a good one. It’s tricky, requiring careful thought and, of course, extra work for you.

A Lesson on Workplace Motivation: 5 Ways to Motivate Employees

Over 68% of employees are not actively engaged, costing companies over $450 billion every year. The biggest cause of disengagement is poor management. Not convinced yet that you need to focus on workplace motivation and employee engagement? Then take a look at this infographic from Brandeis University.

25 Cities With the Best Cost-of-Living Ratio, According to Glassdoor

How Google Is Removing Workplace Biases

Bias is such an insidious thing. It’s all around us, yet it’s not always noticed, though its message tends to shape our ideas nonetheless. Foremost among these are images and ideas that stand as roadblocks that keep women from being all they can be, especially in business. Both sexes absorb these, so sometimes men don’t promote women to positions of responsibility and power, and sometimes women don’t consider applying for these positions.

Why On-Demand Workers Are Ready to Quit [New report]

Recently, TINYpulse undertook a poll of on-demand workers — the people who drive for Uber or do tasks for TaskRabbit — to better understand what their work experience is like.

How to Get the Most Out of Your Workplace Wellness Program

Workplace wellness programs caught on big time with over 80% of large American companies offering one to their employees as a perk of their organizational culture. Typically, they offer rewards for getting fit, including cash, breaks on insurance premiums, or merchandise. Being such a new thing, workers are just starting to learn how to take advantage of the programs available to them. The Idaho Statesman says that only one in four employees is really mastering their options and has put together some tips that can help you do just that. It boils down to five things.