The workplace is a dynamic environment that requires individuals to be both vigilant and proactive to protect themselves and others. Getting creative in how we address workplace safety can also be a way to build employee engagement.
Employees want to feel like their organization is focused on a clear mission with compelling goals that they are personally aligned with. Engagement with the organization does not just come from eating ice cream – it comes from being fully bought in to the concept of the store itself.
Global Employee Health and Fitness Month sets aside a specific month of the year to help organizations focus on physical fitness and healthy lifestyles. Encouraging active living, quality physical education and health programs can have long term benefits for individuals, teams and organizations.
Different employees want different developmental opportunities. Some prefer the stability of a long-term dedicated role; others want to be stretched to grow and learn something new. Some may see new opportunities as the organization just continuing to raise the stakes; others may seek that challenge.
With rapid shifts in the economy and business landscape, retaining current employees feels like an important mandate. Employee retention is certainly vital for operations and continuity.
The news is tough these days for organizational managers! They need to redefine the workplace for a more virtual remote workforce; they face daily supply chain uncertainties and constraints; and turnover seems to be at an all-time high.