Objective insights can really get your workplace out of an engagement rut. It may not happen overnight, but with the right approach—and some help from technology—you can build a company culture people love!
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People are the life blood of your business. Therefore, creating a culture that taps into their potential should be a priority.
When it comes to creating a winning strategy to keep your employees happy and productive, it’s really not a matter of science.
Office politics have no place in a strong and healthy company.
So, how do you keep your employees motivated and help them succeed? Here are some suggestions.
According to Washington State University, disengaged employees cost the economy at least $300 billion a year. That’s just a safe estimate.
Make a conscious choice for innovation so you don’t have to worry about how to inject innovation 20 years later.
The last thing you want to do is harass your employees. But that doesn’t mean you should be hiding in your office, either.
In this article, we’ll discuss a few ways to start engaging employees effectively today, and some helpful advice to keep them engaged.
Here are four strategies we use at my company to boost productivity without micromanaging employees.