Wellbeing in the workplace is more than just a buzzword. It’s now an important part of your employee’s experience, engages them with the business, and makes them happier, healthier and more productive. But no two people’s wellbeing goals are the same, and it doesn’t only cover fitness. There’s mental and financial wellbeing to think about, too.
When your people are engaged then your organisation thrives. So it makes sense that making a success of engagement will make a success of your business. To help accelerate the wow in your strategy, we’ve put together The Book of Engagement Success.
Employee communications are notorious for being lost in the large volume of other content they get every day. And are often overloaded with information for multiple audiences. With the amount of media, advertising and work emails our people are bombarded with every day, it’s essential to use best practices to cut through that clutter and make your employee comms the most impactful thing they see all day.
As an HR professional, showcasing and centralising your benefits can be a tough task. But in our handy eBook, we offer not just one, but 26 new ways to boost your benefits strategy and ensure a more engaged workforce.
As C-level executives, it's your job to inspire, motivate and engage with your audience. Whether that's potential investors, employees (past, present or potential) and potential clients. If you're not already taking advantage of all that Glassdoor has to offer – it's time to change.
This handy eBook offers practical advice from employee engagement expert and Reward Gateway Founder & CEO, Glenn Elliott, on how to make the most of your Glassdoor experience.
eCards are an easy way to build a culture of continuous recognition for your employees. By customising them to fit your culture and brand, you can use eCards to say a simple "thank you," recognise specific achievements like hitting a quarterly business target and so much more.
Discounts schemes have moved from being a nice to have to a necessity. This is because employees expect their employers to have one in place, especially when advances in technology mean that never before has there been so many discounts available through so many ways.
Attracting, engaging and retaining candidates and current employees is critical to a company's sustainability and growth. But with so many companies and a limited pool of qualified candidates, how can you stand out and deliver a company that Wows?
Billions is spent on employee recognition and employee recognition programmes every year. But is our money misplaced? By investing in the right kind of employee recognition, you'll build a better foundation to improving employee engagement.
If you haven't already begun thinking about the importance of employee recognition in the workplace, it's time to start. A recent survey points to 82% of employees naming praise and recognition as a key factor in helping them improve thier job performance. And why is this?
There's a sizeable engagement gap between employers and employees. We know it's there, but where did it come from and how can we bridge it?
Almost three-quarters of business leaders surveyed by the Harvard Business Review said that employee engagement was critical to their long-term success. But only 24% of the same leaders described their workforce as highly engaged.
We can all understand that engagement is important. Regardless of which factors and drivers you point to, taking action to positively affect your employees’ attitudes and behaviors is vital.