Most of us are familiar with the concept of a corporate intranet by now. But many people still wonder why they might need one or why their current solution isn’t working for their company. You may be surprised to learn that modern internet solutions have evolved beyond traditional webpage frameworks to offer more functionality and deliver a wide range of new benefits.
Modern businesses are driven by analytics and the right course of action is often determined by the data and statistics available. Human resources is no different.
In this blog, we'll discuss nine surprising HR stats that you need to know and how each of them can be used to improve your company.
Employee burnout is increasing in the American workforce. In fact, according to multiple studies and surveys, as much as 50% of American workers feel overworked and under appreciated in their jobs.
This is a concerning number, obviously. And definitely something worth analyzing, and addressing if need be, within your own organization.
In this post we'll define exactly what job burnout is, how your HR department can better recognize the signs, and how to best prevent it inside your workplace.
In this hyper-competitive day and age where the war for talent is raging on, now more than ever companies need to seamlessly bridge the gap between candidate experience and employee experience. Onboarding is critical to the successful integration of a new employee into your organization, and a smooth onboarding process can help set your company apart from the competition.
Sloppy, poorly planned onboarding can result in decreased productivity, disengagement, and wasted resources. Smooth, robust onboarding procedures are an obligation for an effective employee experience that elbows out recruiting competition.
Gratitude is a state of mind that has the power to transform how we live. Teaching ourselves to be thankful for what we have is essential for making us happier people. It helps us break the never-ending cycle of wanting to achieve or acquire more so that we can be happy.
Instilling a culture of gratitude into your workplace is an effective way of making your office a happier, less-stressful place. And when your employees are happy and healthy, they will be more productive. It’s really the ultimate win-win solution.
But saying you’re going to create a culture of gratitude and actually doing it are two totally different things. Culture change of any kind is difficult and staying grateful during that change is equally as challenging.
Here are some suggestions for helping you foster gratitude in the office to make your company a happier place: