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Defining, Measuring, and Impacting Employee Engagement

Posted on Sep 18th 2018

Employee engagement and, more importantly, how to improve it, remains a top concern for both small and large businesses. According to a study done by UNC Kenanflager Business School, "Organizations with highly engaged employees had an average 3-year revenue growth 2.3x greater than companies whose employees were only engaged at an average level."

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5 Signs Your Business Rhythm May Be Hurting Your Employees

Posted on Sep 13th 2018

It's likely that your small business operates on a defined business rhythm: Weekly one-on-ones, weekly team meetings, monthly department meetings, quarterly company meetings, and annual company meetings are fairly common. Some organizations fall into these over time, making improvements and changes along the way.

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Perks and Culture Are Not Created Equal

Posted on Sep 11th 2018

Worthy of being or likely to be noticed especially as being uncommon or extraordinary. With the onslaught of creative workplace benefits in many industries, it may seem like it's getting harder and harder to develop a remarkable and competitive company culture. Companies all over the United States are starting to offer perks that simply haven't existed before: game and lounge areas, complimentary snacks and lunches, paid paternity leave, and fully funded health care plans are just a few that are becoming more and more popular.

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The Critical Value of Employee Feedback Loops

Posted on Sep 6th 2018

In college auditorium settings, linear communication runs rampant. The professor addresses the class in lecture format, dominating (if not entirely consuming) the available air time in that day's session. There are a few reasons traditional education formats like the lecture hall are under fire:

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Why You Should Measure Your Employee Experience

Posted on Sep 4th 2018

Brands both small and large have realized how crucial it is to understand their customer journey. Documenting what happens at each stage, and the information, communication, and assistance necessary during each one helps organizations move clients further down the sales funnel.

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