It’s day one in a new job. Exciting times ahead, right? Perhaps not. A huge 65% of employed people look for new jobs within the first three months of starting a job.
How to improve employee engagement can be a head-scratcher for HR managers. We know how beneficial it is to productivity and performance - and we know the risks of disengagement. But how to reach employees when everyone's so busy?
A new year brings new challenges and new opportunities. Being prepared is the best way to make the most of it. Hit the ground running in 2019 with the SnapComms 2019 Human Resources Calendar - yours free to download.
When the sound of a telephone rings out across the workplace first thing in the morning, it’s almost certain to be one thing – a staff member calling in sick.
Customer experience is intertwined with employee experience. Richard Branson famously said, “Clients do not come first. Employees come first. If you take care of your employees, they will take care of the clients.”
Spring has arrived in the Northern Hemisphere, making it the ideal time for a workplace team-building event to get everyone humming.
April is international Stress Awareness Month, which represents a perfect time for businesses to consider the issue of stress in their workplace. Is your organization affected by stress-related problems? Are employee welfare and business performance being impacted as a result?
Generation Z are a whole new group entering the workplace today. They bring both useful skills and jaw-clenching challenges for managers. And they are an entirely different proposition from Gen Y (don’t even think about saying “YOLO” to them!), so it’s easy for employee engagement to occasionally go awry.
Enchiladas. Sombreros. Aztec culture. The Mexican Wave. We’ve a lot to be grateful to Mexico for introducing to the world. So how better to recognize this, and take the opportunity for some light-hearted employee engagement, than to celebrate Cinco de Mayo in your office?