LinkedIn - Listening to Employees

Advocacy for Employee’s Choices leads to Employee Engagement.

“Hi Jeff, I’m Erika Hairston an APM Intern here, and one day I want to be a Head of Product at a large tech company that affects children”. Jeff responded, “That was a very clear and concise career goal that I have no doubt Erika is already working towards. Now, all of us in this room, including me, know about her career goal and will keep it in mind”. – Q&A with Jeff Weiner, CEO of LinkedIn. Advocacy is an intricate part of what plays or contributes to a healthy Employee relationship within the organization. Advocacy in the case of Erika was for the higher-ups to take an active interest… Read More

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Little Things Improve Employee Engagement

Simple Ways that Little Things can Impact Employee Engagement

It is the little things that makes a huge difference, which means addressing concerns of Employees and Not Job-related tasks. Here are some hacks to make the best of employee engagement tools and techniques: 1. Begin engagement from the bottom Some articles around the web will tell you that employee engagement begins from the top. But here is a golden rule because of which this is not the most efficient way – The farther the proximity from the top management, the most vulnerable the employees are for dis-engagement. This is why, when you think about engagement, start from ground level employees with the intention of making them feel closer to the… Read More

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ROI grows when Employees take Pride in their Contribution to Society.

Knowing majority of the working professionals are millennials there is an increasing need of “employee satisfaction” not just for Human Resource but also among the Management.  “Companies with engaged employees outperformed those without by up to 202% and a key driver of employee engagement is employees being proud of their company’s contributions to society“ – According to Dale Carnegie Training & MSW research. The above data proves, employers do not realize that “engaged employees” have a direct impact on employee performances. Most likely, employees do their best, rather they are performing to the potential of company’s expectations. In reality, assessments show otherwise because there is a need for job satisfaction… Read More

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