In today's fast-paced work environment, ensuring the well-being of employees is more crucial than ever. A happy and healthy workforce translates to better employee engagement, improved productivity and, ultimately, better business results.
The Baby Boom generation have been part of the workforce for decades – and they are not planning to leave it anytime soon. But how can companies bring the best out of their Baby Boomers?
COVID-19 has turned work lives upside down for most employees with projects intervened, budgets slashed, and no end in sight for work from home. When the future seems unpredictable, hard-working employees are what will navigate every company through the crisis, keeping them motivated is of utmost importance.
A diverse workforce increases the likelihood that your company will appeal to a more extensive client base on the outside and have a more plentiful supply of creativity on the inside. In addition, employees who feel appreciated for their uniqueness and contributions are more likely to stay for extended periods
Coupons have become an integral part of our lives. Whether it’s online shopping or restaurants, we all are looking for food coupons and/or gift coupons to make our lives easier. Coupons have many benefits; they are cheap, provides various discounts, gives you reward services.
Rejuvenate Your Older Employees and Help Them Stay Motivated 'That is no country for old men..... And therefore I have sailed the seas and come To the holy city of Byzantium - Sailing to Byzantium,W.B. Yeats’
While “motivation” is a major buzzword year-round, when the sun is shining and summer holidays are on our minds, it’s even more crucial to boost motivation in the workplace. In fact, 68% of workers say they daydream more during warm summer days and 63% also admit to leaving the office early. Here are four ways to take advantage of rising temperatures and get productivity on the rise as well .
Even the smallest gestures of appreciation, right from early childhood, can always put a smile on another person’s face. There is no doubt that a little appreciation can go a long way, and corporate life is no exception.
In a competitive market for employee talent, most companies focus on the salaries they can pay, in the hope that people will feel appreciated and happy to stay with their employer. If only it were that simple.
You’re only as good as the people you hire – Ray Kroc, McDonald's Successful businesses that have flourished and grown over decades, built enviable reputations, have something in common.
Not even the most-motivated employees can give their best if they are hungry.
What’s the point of Christmas rewards?
For companies, they serve a two-fold purpose. Firstly, its the close of the calendar year - or in some cases the financial year – and an opportunity to reward staff for their work over the past 12 months. Secondly, rewards can set up the engagement levels for the year ahead.
Given that the average employee spends one-third of his/ her life at work, it is important that their workplace experience is productive, fulfilling, and meaningful. People feel like they belong to a team or organization when their values align, and they can freely express their thoughts and aspirations. This not only improves their performance but also boosts employee engagement and well-being. Employees who lack a sense of belonging, on the other hand, are more likely to experience alienation and burnout.
As experiential rewards become more popular, how has this benefit changed? Traditionally, they have been a luxurious, long-haul, five-day trip for top performers. Today, they have become more tactical – as a way of rewarding individual or groups of employees for demonstrating certain behaviors or achieving certain targets.
Many businesses in the service industry thrive to improve the quality of customer service by facilitating multi-channel communication and proactive interaction with the customers, and in an organization this is mainly done by frontline employees. However, if these frontline employees are not provided with sufficient incentives to improve their morale, they will not be able to satisfy employees to the best of their ability. In order to ensure satisfaction for the frontline employees, it is essential for corporations to provide them with various incentives that will ideally improve their satisfaction levels.