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The pandemic has given people the opportunity to really think about their jobs and what is most important to them, contributing to the current “great resignation”. Retaining employees is now at the top of the list of concerns for many business owners and managers. How are the most successful companies retaining employees?
It’s no secret that 2020 and 2021 have provided a lot of disruption. As everyone
Olympic athletes that are citing burnout and mental health as the reason they’re dropping out of competitive events have been in the news. Athletes are not the only ones that experience burnout and mental health challenges; they exist in the workplace as well. Once an employee has lost motivation, it’s very hard to get it back. What are the signs of employee burnout and how can managers avoid burnout before it’s too late?
Employee engagement is defined as the extent to which employees feel positive about their jobs, are committed to the organization and put extra effort into their work. Because organizations with high levels of engaged employees enjoy a host of benefits, company leaders are seeking any initiatives that improve engagement. A focus on diversity and inclusion can do just that.
Many companies with employees working from home for the first time during current COVID-19 concerns may be wondering how to keep remote employees engaged in uncertain times.