Check out a few of the recent stories that caught our eye as well as HighGround in the news. Stay tuned every month as we give you a rundown of the industry news you might have missed.
Our CEO, Vip Sandhir, spoke with Business News Daily about simple ways that employees can be more productive at work. It’s not all on the employees’ shoulders – companies can recognize and reward employees for participation in wellness programs that help boost productivity.
What does it take to be a good manager? You need to be approachable. Whether you’re already a manager or would like to be, read these six signs that show you’ve got what it takes to lead.
Financial stability and employee engagement are not a “chicken and egg” situation – think of it like “chicken and steak.” Check out the Q&A from the webinar we hosted a few weeks ago with HCI, Forrester and Patagonia.
Chances are you’ve taken an employee survey during your career. But whatever happens to the results? Do you ever see change? Here’s how companies can make sure employee voices are heard and action is taken.
Are you training managers to be managers? A recent study found that less than half of employees feel confident that managers demonstrate good performance coaching and give feedback that is both timely and actionable.
Women and men in their 30s leave their jobs for reasons that are different than you might expect. Here’s a hint: employee development is a deciding factor.
To be a great leader, you need these traits. Entrepreneur asked 22 business leaders to talk about the qualities separating great leaders from everyone else. Arnold Schwarzenegger even gives his two cents.
When employees perform exceptional work, they deserve recognition. But how can you make them feel appreciated without blowing through your budget? Read on for seven ways you can reward employees without overspending.
Rather than a watch or plaque, organizations are rewarding employees with professional development opportunities. Take a look at the four trends shaping recognition and rewards programs this year.