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.
Setting objectives for your employee experience (EX) programs can deliver a 1.6x higher impact on your company performance.
Special guest article by behavioral scientist Steve Crimando, principal and founder of operational risk management consultancy Behavioral Science Applications LLC.
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.
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.
Communication is key. But how can employers keep this up during times of COVID-19 lockdowns, when staff are dispersed and regular office communication channels are unavailable?
What do American Express, Aetna, Apple, and Spotify have in common? Answer: they all now operate a ‘Work From Anywhere’ model. Could your organization be next?
Returning to the workplace is a
reality for many organizations this year. But evidence reveals that staff are less positive about this change than employers. How can this be reconciled?
April is international Stress Awareness Month, which represents a perfect time for businesses to consider the issue of stress in their workplace.
With a reputation wrought with burnout and high stress levels, it’s no surprise that the financial sector doesn’t have the best track record when it comes to employee engagement.