Several companies looking for enhanced profitability and employee retention are targeting workplace wellness. This is because improved wellness of employees directly impacts their productivity and efficiency. Working for long hours at a stretch could be
Mentoring and Engagement – Is there a connection? There are different perspectives on what employee engagement is in the workplace. It is a topic that drives most leaders in an organization crazy as they struggle
The founder of Ford company, Henry Ford rightly said, “Nothing happens until someone sells something.” The importance of a sales team cannot be explained in a better way. The sales team plays a pivotal role
While managers are often caricatured as being heartless taskmasters who only care about the bottom line, the truth is that most people in management positions really do care about the happiness of their workers. No
A recent study by Gallup uncovered that 51% of the U.S. workforce is disengaged – meaning more than half of employees aren’t emotionally committed to their organization and its goals. The Engagement Institute estimates that
It is not a secret that companies whose team members are happy people are more likely to see success rather than companies filled with stressed employees. In recent years, businesses have begun to pay more
Organizations continue today to be challenged to attract and retain talent in time to meet the exit of employees of the Baby Boomer era. In addition to this dilemma is the ever increasing need to
One of the most common maxims heard in business is “The customer is always right.” The consensus seems to be that keeping customers happy is essential to maintaining your company reputation and attracting more business.
There has always been data supporting the impact of employee engagement on the bottom line. Even so, some organizations thought they could get by ignoring it. Maybe they could attract employees regardless of the fact
If you announced tomorrow that you would no longer be paying your employees, how many would show up to work the next day? Better yet, how many would get up and leave then and there?