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Keep The Employee Disengagement At Bay With “Stay Conversations”

Did you know that 20 percent of the American workforce is actively disengaged? No, this isn’t a line from an employee engagement horror movie. It’s a real, scary fact. According to a recent Gallup poll, one-fifth of our workers are disillusioned. One-fifth of employees—including our coworkers and bosses—lack the passion to do their jobs as […]

10 Ways to Keep Employees Happy

Employee happiness, what every employer wants and (hopefully) gets. Good companies strive to achieve a culture of happiness in the office. Every culture does it different – from holiday parties to unlimited vacation to catered lunches. Removing all the fun perks, what are the core values of keeping employees happy? Here are 10 ways to […]

Change The Attitude, Change The Culture

A poor attitude ruins everything. Nobody at the party wants to hang out with the person sulking in the corner. A poor attitude  affects performance. So why does it rear its ugly head so often in the workplace? And how do you fix a company culture with employees who no longer have that spark? Disengaged […]

Who Is Responsible for Employee Engagement?

We found an interesting article the other day about who really shoulders the responsibility of employee engagement. Only one team member, or level, should never be on the receiving end of the pointed fingers, because there is a responsibility amongst the team to carry their own share of it. Employee engagement is necessary. With no […]

The Cost of Neutral

Every employee knows when they are engaged in their work and workplace. Every manager and HR leader knows when the employees in their department or their company is engaged. They even know when the actively disengaged employee is voicing their disengagement. In this post from Seth Godin, he makes that point about the cost of […]