You don’t have to over-think it or make a massive song and dance. Even the little things matter when you’re building and celebrating culture remotely.
We’re all striving for an inclusive organisational culture. We want work to be a place where everyone feels heard, and valued, and everyone has the chance to contribute.
Most companies understand the value of Voice of the Customer. Voice of the Employee follows a similar philosophy. You ask employees how they feel and what you can improve.
Employee NPS (eNPS) is commonly used as a quick indicator of employee engagement because engaged (and loyal) employees are more likely to recommend their workplace.
Leadership style can make or break the success of an organisation, team, or project. While different leadership styles suit different situations, effective styles share one common trait – emotional intelligence
Anyone can take an employee survey and make something of it: response rate is obvious, unhappy and engaged answers easily coded. We can chart results and turn them into reports and pretty infographics with a bare minimum of effort.
"Employees don't leave companies. Employees leave managers." How often have you heard this over the past decade? A hundred times? A thousand times?
Fairness is widely studied within academic literature, where it is known as Organisational Justice. However, it is not commonly measured within organisations themselves.
There is this widely held belief by a great number of HR pros that to have true employee engagement, your employees must feel like they have meaningful work. I don’t necessarily disagree with that thought process.
Over the past year or so, the phrase “employee experience” has barged its way into conversations about human resources and employee engagement.
Welcome to the first article on millennial employee experience from finder.com.au Head of Talent Jamie Finnegan: part two coming soon!
Pop quiz! What’s going to be more useful to you in the long run: a high engagement survey score with a low response rate, or a low engagement score with a high response rate?
How do we measure things like engagement and experience? We ask questions. But what if asking the question changes the very thing we are trying to measure? Here’s a newsflash: That’s exactly what happens.