Check out a few of the recent stories that caught our eye as well as HR industry news you might have missed.
HighGround founder and CEO, Vip Sandhir, shares his thoughts on employee engagement, the power of HR insights and the responsibility of executives to drive employee engagement strategies.
HighGround was nominated as one of the coolest companies in Chicago and we hope you agree. if you do, follow this link to vote HighGround for the Reader’s Choice award.
Are your employees working hard or hardly working? Ensure invested and productive employees by implementing a continuous performance management strategy to protect your organization’s bottom line and workplace culture.
Your multigenerational workforce may be motivated differently, but all employees appreciate being recognized for their achievements, not just the so-called “trophy kid” Millennials.
Hope, change, and impact: these are only some of the buzzwords you’ll likely hear during the 2016 General Election. However, should also be key drivers of the roles and responsibilities of HR.
Built In Chicago shares how HighGround and other Chicago tech companies celebrate employee milestones.
It’s not enough to fill roles; they must be occupied by engaged employees. The key to sustainable employee engagement is detecting disengagement early.
Are you actively disengaging your employees by failing to differentiate “chair time” in the office from high-performance work? Change the way you evaluate performance in order to drive engagement throughout your organization.
“People don’t quit jobs, they quit bosses.” Managers can avoid losing top talent by identifying their own strengths and weaknesses and adjusting their styles to best manage their teams.
To connect the modern workplace and facilitate an engaging office culture, CEOs must standardize regular employee recognition, organization-wide communication and transparency from the C-Suite.