Because employee happiness isn’t a solution. It’s a result. It’s the result of management and employees striving to communicate, interact and develop our individual talents and coming together to create a high-performing company overall.
More than half (56%) of HR managers around the world concede that their organization’s employee engagement programs fall short on delivering bottom-line results, according to a new survey by Right Management.
Employee engagement is like rolling a snowball uphill - Interview with Peter A. Hunter - It needs managing all of the time and if you take your eye off the ball it'll roll all the way down to the bottom of the hill.
There are no more powerful words that we can use in our daily lives than “Thank You”. You don’t believe me? In a 2012 study, Bersin and Associates concluded that organizations with mature employee recognition programs were 12 times more likely to have stronger business results than their competitors who didn’t employ such programs. Take a moment and let that sink in. What if your organization employed such a program? If you aren’t grasping how the “thank you” economy can improve your bottom-line, maybe you should reconsider how you are embracing the power of gratitude in your organization or leadership.
Go big or go home, right? Brands everywhere are going over the top to impress consumers and grab their attention. To do this, they’re coupling pranks with video advertising strategies to create compelling content that goes viral. While some marvel at the creativity, others argue that prankvertising goes too far. Regardless, the power of the latest trend in video advertising is undeniable. Here are some of our favorite prankvertisements.