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Employee Engagement & Company Culture Blog

Employee Engagement & Company Culture | TINYpulse | Workplace Trends

How Deloitte Build Bridges in Their Organizational Culture

This is a video about The Edge, a building in Amsterdam that can credibly claim to be the greenest building in the world. And that’s just the beginning. It’s also one of the world’s most connected structures, right down to its 28,000 amazing lighting panels.

Are Companies Using Wellness Programs to Spy on Employees?

As companies get more involved in their employees' wellness, are they getting uncomfortably close to crossing the line when it comes to workers’ privacy? In an effort to contain healthcare costs, some large companies are partnering with employee wellness firms and insurers to gather information on their employees' prescriptions and treatments, where they shop, their credit scores, and even if they vote in midterm elections.

An Employee's Honest Opinion About Exercising With Coworkers

As companies look to promote the health and productivity of their employees, the notion of workplace wellness has been gaining in popularity. And since studies suggest that allocating time for fitness can help, exercise classes for employees are becoming more common in an organizational culture. The practice actually started post-WWII in Japan.

The Downside of Employee Wellness Programs

Modern offices are investing time and space into gyms, fitness classes, and other activities aimed at promoting health and wellness. But while these things may seem attractive to employees and potential hires, at what cost do they come? Some studies and experts are showing that employee wellness programs are coming at the expense of company health insurance coverage plans and even at the cost of employees’ health privacy. So while that decked-out, glistening new office gym seems like a perk, it could actually be a downside, depending on how the company sees it.

Why Post-Recession Detroit Is the New "It" City

An estimated $18 billion — that’s how much debt Detroit faced when the city filed for Chapter 9 bankruptcy two years ago. According to USA Today, it was the largest municipal bankruptcy filing in U.S. history. It left Detroit a postapocalyptic wasteland. People wondered if the city would ever be able to rebound from such a devastating economic step, but the city is already on the path to recovery.

How to Prepare Your Business For the $15 Minimum Wage Hike

It’s an issue that’s been heatedly debated among politicians, businesses, and employees, but chances are, your city is soon to be experiencing a hike to a $15 minimum wage. Seattle, Los Angeles, and San Francisco are on the front lines of the progression to lift the citywide minimum wage to $15 in the next few years. New York state has recommended a $15 minimum hourly wage for fast-food chains and their employees by the end of 2018.