Top HR Employee Engagement Metrics to Measure Top HR Employee Engagement Metrics to Measure



Top HR Employee Engagement Metrics to Measure

Employee engagement metrics are a Human Resources concept where the aim is to measure the employee's emotional attachment to the company. Employee engagement metrics measure how engaged the company's employees are. It is indicative of their level of dedication and commitment to an organization. How to measure employee engagement? The paper "Psychological Conditions of Personal Engagement and [...]
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Employee Motivation: Reinforcing Established Best Practices In A Post-Covid World

Employee Motivation in a world that is still reeling from the effects of the COVID-19 crisisHow to Re-engage your Employees Post-Covid is a challenging proposition. The anxiety, uncertainty, and fear caused by the ongoing pandemic have still not disappeared altogether. The pandemic has caused operational delays and disruptions, which have negatively affected employees and employers on a[...]



Moving an Office Space During the Pandemic

Why moving an office space during the pandemic can be a tough task and how you can make it more efficient Never would people have imagined that suddenly one day, something as powerful as the COVID-19 virus would strike the world and send people running to hide in their homes. Everything from the economy and healthcare, to[...]



10 ways to improve your diversity recruiting strategy

Diversity is a topic at the forefront of many human resources teams, but it’s more than just a buzzword to put on recruitment materials. Diverse teams help companies perform better, innovate, and achieve better results. Countless studies back up this strategy, but it’s not just about statistics: diversity recruiting contributes to better overall performance. With a more[...]
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Delta Surge Vs. Job Market: Progress amidst Pandemic

Pandemic has been part of our lives for more than one year now. While the first wave disrupted every industry leading to havoc loss in the job market, it is a sigh of relief that the job market is progressing amidst the delta surge. As per the job report by the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics (August 2021), the job market has slowed down yet continued showing significant progress despite the Covid surge in July and August.

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How Gender Discrimination Affects Women in the Workplace

Gender discrimination in the workplace has been explicitly outlawed in most countries around the world. In the United States, for instance, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits employment discrimination on the basis of sex. Although such labor laws have existed for a long time and ensured extensive protection to countless female workers, gender discrimination is still rampant in contemporary workplaces.

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The Importance of Employee Recognition and How to Do It Properly

Only 1 in 3 workers in the United States reported having received recognition for hard work they had done in the last 7 days. This is a significant figure, given that 47.3% of all workers in the country are employed by businesses.

Showing your employees recognition when they are performing well for your company is a low cost, high return investment. If two-thirds of Americans aren’t feeling their work is being recognized by their employers, then taking the time to make this a priority within your workforce will raise you above the competition

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How to Hire Great Employees for SMB

At a cost of nearly $4,000 on average to fill an open position, U.S. companies are spending nearly three times the amount spent on training per employee,” said Karen O’Leonard, vice president, Benchmarking & Analytics Research, Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting LLP.

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Stopping COVID-19 Spread: Implement These Workplace Controls

Public health authorities, medical facilities, and healthcare professionals all over the world are stretched to their limits to contain the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. But it isn’t just the healthcare sector that alone can stop the spread of COVID-19. Businesses, non-profits, media houses, and other organizations also need to rise to the occasion.

Organizations need to plan and implement various workplace controls to contain the pandemic if COVID-19 has not arrived in the communities where they have their offices, factories, etc. or when they prepare for the eventual return of employees to the workplace.