The Employee Engagement Blog

The Employee Engagement Blog

Don’t Just Give Any Old Reward, Give Employee Rewards with Meaning

Posted by Stephen Spiegel on Nov 20, 2019 9:50:00 AM

Once more with feeling

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Topics: employee recognition, employee engagement, recognition award, employee retention, employee satisfaction, employee appreciation, employee loyalty, employee reinforcement, performance

How to Help Your Employees Find Purpose in Their Work

Posted by Stephen Spiegel on Sep 18, 2019 10:21:00 AM

Finding the purpose to engage

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Topics: employee recognition, employee engagement, employee of the month, employee retention, employee satisfaction, productivity, employee productivity, employee appreciation, equal opportunities, performance, Customer Care, work life balance

Planning Is How Employee Engagement Succeeds

Posted by Stephen Spiegel on Sep 4, 2019 9:30:00 AM
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Topics: employee recognition, employee engagement, employee retention, employee productivity, employee appreciation, employee performance benchmarks, employee loyalty

Tips to Create an Amazing Company Culture

Posted by Stephen Spiegel on Aug 21, 2019 9:30:00 AM
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Topics: employee engagement, employee appreciation, employee loyalty, performance

Handbooks Help Eliminate Confusion and Boost Employee Engagement

Posted by Stephen Spiegel on Nov 21, 2018 9:53:00 AM

Is your employee handbook confounding, incomplete, or forgettable?

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Topics: employee engagement, handbook, eliminate confusion

What’s More Important: Employee Satisfaction or Employee Engagement?

Posted by Stephen Spiegel on Sep 4, 2018 9:00:00 AM

Job satisfaction may retain employees, but the payoff for employers is productivity. It’s not until employees are inspired and engaged that they’ll want to do more than what’s required.

It's a “chicken or the egg” scenario. Which do you focus on employee satisfaction or employee engagement? The important thing is knowing there is a choice, and that’s because employee satisfaction and employee engagement are not the same things.

An engaged employee will tell you they’re satisfied with their job; however, a satisfied employee may not actually be all that engaged. Job satisfaction may retain employees, but the payoff for employers is productivity. It’s not until employees are inspired and engaged that they’ll want to do more than just what’s required. Here’s how to tell the difference between employee satisfaction and employee engagement – and why your focus should be on engagement.

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Topics: employee recognition, employee engagement, employee satisfaction

Continuing Education Should Be at the Top of the List for Your Employee Retention Plan

Posted by Stephen Spiegel on May 23, 2018 5:22:00 PM

Your employee retention strategy should include continuing education.

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Topics: employee engagement, employee retention, employee satisfaction, employee productivity, employee appreciation, continuing education, employee loyalty

Should Your Corporate Wellness Program Include a Game Room?

Posted by Stephen Spiegel on Apr 4, 2018 8:40:00 AM

 

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Topics: employee recognition, employee engagement, employee retention, employee satisfaction, employee productivity, employee appreciation

Making Room for Employee Engagement is Critical for MSPs

Posted by Stephen Spiegel on Jan 24, 2018 9:00:00 AM

There’s simply no such thing as a “one size fits all” approach to sustaining employee morale and engagement. You’ve got to take the individual route.

You hear a lot about how company culture is important, but what if you’re in the business of helping to run other companies? That’s the dilemma faced by many MSP companies. Employees spend their time solving problems and putting out fires for many different companies.

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Topics: employee engagement, employee appreciation

Uncovering The Hidden Powers of Peer Recognition

Posted by Stephen Spiegel on Dec 20, 2017 9:00:00 AM

We know how important employee recognition is coming from the boss, but how does it stack up coming from a peer?

While it’s important for managers and the Human Resources department to be on the lookout for up and coming talent within an organization, it isn’t the only way to identify potential leaders within your ranks. Peer recognition is now being touted as one of the best ways for top performers to gain a spot in the limelight. An article from Harvard Business Review put the magnifying glass on the correlation between peer recognition and unidentified leadership qualities. What they found buried in the peer recognition data is that employees who received high volumes of positive recognition from their peers are often the most collaborative players on the team: a trait highly associated with effective leadership.

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Topics: employee recognition, employee engagement, peer recognition