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News You Might Have Missed – September 19

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Check out a few of the recent stories that caught our eye as well as HR industry news you might have missed.

Who Owns Engagement? Employees or Leaders?

Research shows that only one-third of American workers are engaged. Whose job is it to improve engagement – your employees or the leadership team?

How to Forget about Work When You’re Not Working

Vacations are a great way to take a break from working, but it’s hard to completely disconnect from your job. Here’s how you can actually unplug and forget about work when you’re not there.

How to Boost Office Security Without Ruining Workplace Culture

Looking to increase your company’s security at the office? Here’s how to do so without ruining your company culture.

Four Ways to Jumpstart Your Professional Growth

We spend 30% of our lives at work — that’s a lot of time! To make the most of it, here are four tips you can use to jumpstart your professional growth – or help your employees do the same.

The Employee Engagement Band-Aid

While workplace perks can be fun in the short term, they may not lead to increased employee engagement down the road. Learn why some companies need to rip off the employee engagement Band-Aid.

New Research Shows What Employees Are Most Unhappy About. Here’s How to Fix It.

New research found what makes employees unhappy at work: a lack of recognition and opportunities to advance in their career. Here’s how employers can fix this and make their employees happier.

What to Say To Your Coworkers (And How To Say It) When You’re New To Your Job

Learning the communication preferences of your manager and co-workers is one of the toughest parts of starting a new job. Here are four tips from Fast Company that will help you start your new gig off on the right foot.

What Managers Need to Know About Managing Shy and Introverted Employees

Managing an introverted employee can be difficult, especially if you’re an extrovert. Our Chief Engagement Officer Andee Harris offers her tips for managing shy employees,

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