Are your employees at work or are they somewhere else? We’ve got workers who, in theory, are showing up for work every day, although they aren’t doing much in terms of work. They log into their computers, move some files around, answer a couple of emails, and work diligently to do as little as possible. They’re rarely confronted about their behavior because the majority of leaders hate confrontation. So, here’s what they do instead.
Working moms are dropping out of the workforce in record numbers, as they try to navigate their work and family. Here’s what organizations can do to prevent this from happening in their own companies.
Forget about doing another employee engagement survey this year and instead, ask your employees three simple questions about the employee experience.
What did we get right this year?
Where did we drop the ball, big time?
What can we do to improve the employee experience?
Pick one or two ideas and begin taking action.
My kids came home from college last week, which would not have been a big deal any other year. But as you know, this year is different. Every night I ask each kid how their day was. I did this yesterday, and my son looked at me bewildered and said, “How do you think...
We have little control over the spread of the Coronavirus. However, leaders have complete control over the way they manage remote workers.
Here’s what leaders can do to keep remote employees engaged and productive during a time of crisis.
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