An engaged employee gives 100% in their work, go beyond their duties, gives their best, and is ready to make extra efforts to contribute to the company's success.
Workplace stress is common but, in small doses, can be beneficial. It has the potential to enhance your focus, productivity, and motivation.
As we all know, the workplace has been in turmoil over the past months. Employee-driven movements have been quick to shake up labour relations and unsettle employers..
Here are three effective strategies built around employee engagement, to bring people into your company, of course, but above all to keep them there and ensure your organisation continues to thrive.
Throughout a remote workday, with the lack of outside motivation and many important tasks and decisions to make, you depend heavily on self-motivation which can seem difficult to attain at times.
Let’s look at motivation from another angle by focusing on the uniqueness of each employee. If you can reach your staff force on a personal level, your results will be even more substantial and long-lasting.
Employee commitment drives the performance of your company and is a powerful source of well-being and motivation.
In the world of work, 3 generations of people: generation X, generation Y and generation Z cohabit in the same professional environment.