Every organization could use a boost in employee engagement. However, not every company knows the best ways to make improvements. So why not ask the employees themselves? We’ve put together a step-by-step guide to crafting an employee engagement survey that will help your company bring about positive change in your organization through increased engagement.
When done right, employee engagement results in each member of a company giving their best. When engaged at work, employees are committed to the company mission and values and naturally driven to contribute toward company-wide success.
Company intranets have been a part of corporate life since the mid 90's. But in the last half decade or so, they've evolved to include many social, relationship-building features. Naturally, the merit of these developments is hotly debated.
While we can all agree that strong company relationships are important, how these relationships are developed is a point of contention. Is social intranet software a productivity killer, or an important business tool?
In this blog post we'll explore exactly what social intranet software is, the four main benefits it provides, and whether or not your company should invest in this type of application.
Anyone who has ever worked at a corporation knows that while the ability to work independently is necessary, working well with a team is crucial. Every enterprise is made up of multiple team members, each with a different specialization. If too many employees are thinking of themselves as a one-man-show, the company is going to have a problem.
It is said that a team is only as good as the sum of its parts. When there is a weak link in the chain, it can cause a bottleneck. This, in turn, impedes good work. Effective collaboration within groups and between departments is what ultimately continues to make all the cogs turn in the “machine” that is your business.
Successful internal communication moves things forward daily and is one of the biggest things that affects your bottom line for the year. If you want a great workflow and to avoid unnecessary slowdowns, you and your employees need to strive for an environment where everyone works well collaboratively.
Discover why enterprises need to understand, adapt, and create a strategy around internal communication. This guide explains how internal enterprise communication has evolved, why it’s essential, how to create a cohesive strategy, and which platforms support this infrastructure.
First impressions are incredibly important for many reasons, but the main reason is that they can have a lasting impact on an individual’s long-term perception of a person or thing. This concept is true for most social situations and experiences, but none more so than when it comes to a new employee’s first impression of his or her new job and company. What’s crucial is that in most cases a person’s first impression is solidified during the onboarding process or at times much earlier.
The primary purpose a company intranet is to keep the public from accessing information and services that are only meant for a business and its employees. However, there is another important purpose the intranet serves which is to unite a dispersed workforce in an organization. Here is a look into the company intranet and how useful it can be in any company.