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The 1 Employee Engagement Task You MUST Do - Symbolist

The 1 Employee Engagement Task You MUST Do - Symbolist | Employee Engagement and Recognition | Scoop.it
The causes for low employee engagement aren't really things you're NOT doing. It is all the things you are currently doing that are causing DISENGAGEMENT.
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A better way to measure employee engagement - SmartCEO

A better way to measure employee engagement - SmartCEO | Employee Engagement and Recognition | Scoop.it
Successful leaders know they need to balance the needs of employees, customers and shareholders to build a thriving company. Many firms excel at tracking key performance indicators (KPIs) like profits and customer feedback on a weekly or daily basis, but they fall flat when it comes to monitoring employees’ morale — and it shows. New research from Gallup found that 52 percent of American workers are not engaged in their work, while another 18 percent are “actively disengaged.”
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Kevin Kruse’s Quick Tips For Employee Engagement - TINYhr

Kevin Kruse’s Quick Tips For Employee Engagement - TINYhr | Employee Engagement and Recognition | Scoop.it
31 Flares 31 Flares × Today at TINYhr we are very happy to share our interview with NY Times best-selling author and employee engagement expert Kevin Kruse.

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5 Easy Ways To Motivate - And Demotivate - Employees

5 Easy Ways To Motivate - And Demotivate - Employees | Employee Engagement and Recognition | Scoop.it
A recent national study shows that less than 1 in 4 non-management employees is fully engaged - aka, fully motivated and productive.
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How To Turn On Your Top Employees At Work? - Business 2 Community

How To Turn On Your Top Employees At Work? - Business 2 Community | Employee Engagement and Recognition | Scoop.it
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How Corporate Giving Programs Can Improve Employee Engagement And The ... - Business 2 Community

How Corporate Giving Programs Can Improve Employee Engagement And The ... - Business 2 Community | Employee Engagement and Recognition | Scoop.it
How Corporate Giving Programs Can Improve Employee Engagement And The ...

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New Research Unlocks the Secret of Employee Recognition

New Research Unlocks the Secret of Employee Recognition | Employee Engagement and Recognition | Scoop.it

Bersin has completed a comprehensive research project on employee recognition (saying "thank you") and the results are really astounding: organizations that give regular thanks to their employees far out perform those that don't.

 

What their research found was that tenure-based rewards systems have virtually no impact on organizational performance. It turns out that many of these tenure-based rewards programs are really legacy programs from the turn of the century when labor unions forced management to give employees “service awards” and hourly raises for tenure. Most large companies still have these programs today, yet only 58% of employees even know such programs exist. So for the most part they aren’t creating much value.

 

On other hand, our research did find that modern, re-engineered recognition programs can have a huge impact on business performance.


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Luís Cochofel's curator insight, February 6, 2014 10:06 AM

Believe me or not... 

 

Yesterday I've finallized a manual designed to support my view on the future of organizational development for the social economy entities, to which i've given the name of 'Engagement Management', where I've assembled these four tools as the most important any organization should embrace:

 

1. Strategy (to control or to develop?)

2. The importance of Employee RECOGNITION

3. Team development meetings using the principle of fostering participation and creativity

4. Self-assessment as the best way to allow indivividual, thus groupal, growth

Did it also sound to you as if today's scoop.it articles I've received were not by chance these particular ones I'm now sharing? 

Sandeep Gautam's curator insight, February 8, 2014 6:37 AM

Good advice all throughout;

Jerry Busone's curator insight, February 8, 2014 2:53 PM

Something as simple as Thank you drives employee productivity. I've yet to come across an employee who asked his boss to stop giving recognition because it was too much...

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The 7 Ways You're Not Engaging Your Employees

The 7 Ways You're Not Engaging Your Employees | Employee Engagement and Recognition | Scoop.it
With all the disgruntled and restless employees out there - a recent study put the percentage of employees who are not fully engaged at 75% - employee engagement is as high a concern as ever.  Company leaders do somersaults to maximize the engagement of their employees and, by extension, their bottom lines. [...]
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