12 Unique Work Anniversary Ideas
Every year that an employee stays with an organization is a significant milestone, and the employees who reach those milestones deserve to be celebrated. Here are twelve unique work anniversary ideas to make any team member feel respected and appreciated by their organization.
Extrinsic Motivation in the Workplace: 5 Strategies & Examples to Motivate Employees
Employee motivation is one of the most critical components of a successful organization. In fact, a staggering 68% of employees report active disengagement from their work, and 50% of employees are leaving their current jobs due to burnout.
What Are the Best Employee Retention Tools?
The key to employee retention isn’t about analytics and quick, short-term fixes. It’s about creating a positive atmosphere where employees have room to grow and encouragement to focus on their own well-being. It’s about creating opportunities for growth and sustainable happiness.
11 Essential Tips on Becoming a “Best Place to Work”
Many companies want to become a “Best Place to Work.” It is a coveted label that can be an asset for attracting and retaining top talent. However, the focus shouldn’t be on attracting and retaining employees. It should be about engaging them.
Lifestyle Benefits: Definition, Examples and How They Work
Competitive wages are no longer enough to satisfy and support valued employees. Today, a variety of benefits plays an essential role in attracting and retaining people who are a good fit for the job and for each company culture.
5 Ideas for Bolstering Appreciation at the Workplace
The results are in. Just over 50% of people say that feeling appreciated at work is a “must-have.” Yet, 65% of workers feel unappreciated at their jobs, and it’s a significant reason why 2 in 5 employees plan to leave their jobs after the COVID-19 pandemic is over.
Employee Engagement Trends: How To Encourage Your Team
Statistically, there have never been more than 40% of employees actively engaged in their work in the history of tracking employee engagement. Since people spend one-third of their lives at their jobs, is that really enough? The answer, of course, is no. That’s not enough.