Technology and employees have much in common when it comes to cyber security. Kept updated they provide powerful protection. Left neglected or out of date, they put organizations at risk.
Healthcare faces a crisis. Confronted with the immense ongoing pressures of their job, workers are burning out. Their wellbeing is low and their vulnerability high. Employees are leaving in droves. Employers must introduce change to stop our healthcare heroes from becoming healthcare martyrs.
Disengaged workers are leaving their jobs faster than ever, and engagement, not pay or perks, is the main reason why. Employee engagement is tougher than ever for businesses, according to the Gallup State of the Global Workplace 2021 Report.
Cybersecurity is one of the biggest issues facing organizations today. The effects of a data breach can be catastrophic - both to reputation and bottom line.
When employees walk through your workplace door, they have a choice. They can expend the minimum amount of energy on their jobs. Or they can apply their discretionary energy to get the job done with extraordinary, high-performance results.
COVID-19 put technology in the spotlight like never before. Sudden changes to working environments forced a rapid refocus for technology teams.
Setting objectives for your employee experience (EX) programs can deliver a 1.6x higher impact on your company's performance.
Every year 550 million workdays are lost in the US due to workplace stress. That places a huge burden on both employee health and business productivity.
Updated August 23, 2022
One of the most powerful assets a business has is also one of its least tangible. Employee experience (EX) is a crucial influence on business performance. Positive EX strengthens an organization. Negative EX undermines it.
2020 was a massive year for internal communications. Never before have businesses across the world relied so much on the power of communications to keep their staff informed, engaged and inspired – all while a major crisis unfolds around us!