To Cope with Labor Shortage, Raise Emotional Compensation

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The current labor shortage and employee retention are concerning issues for organizations. Many leaders are scrambling to attract and retain the workers they need. A combination of factors has resulted in an insufficient number of workers to meet available jobs: job quits hitting historic highs, declining immigration, and fewer individuals who are of working age […]

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How to Use HR Tech to Elevate Your Employee Recognition Program

July 27, 2021

Employee recognition brings numerous benefits to businesses. Employees who feel like their work is respected and appreciated will feel a sense of purpose, and be more engaged and productive. Without the right tools, HR teams may struggle to implement an effective employee recognition program. Tracking results manually is complex, and HR teams juggle that responsibility […]

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Taking Time to Celebrate Interns

July 19, 2021

Internships play an essential part in many people’s career journeys. Companies across the country take on interns during the summer months to help manage the workload. In the past, interns may have been assigned menial tasks, but these days companies are delivering much more meaningful tasks. Negative internship experiences can have an unwanted effect on […]

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New Feature Alert: Introducing Automated Birthdays

June 18, 2021

Most employers don’t intend to neglect their people, but between meetings, emails, and deadlines, it can feel like a juggling act at times to make sure that your organization is staying on top of celebrating personal events in the workplace. Add in factors that further complicate the matter, such as providing comparable recognition for in-office, […]

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How to Recognize National Men's Health Week

June 10, 2021

National Men’s Health Week takes place on June 14-20, 2021. This annual event aims to raise awareness of preventable health problems and the importance of wellness in both boys and men. The week ends on Father’s Day and is a great way to celebrate the important men in our lives and also make sure that […]

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Celebrate National Gardening Week

June 2, 2021

Spending time out in the garden is one of life’s simplest pleasures. Whether you are tending plants and flowers or admiring nature going about its daily business, it is a great place to spend a relaxing time. Gardening is one of the leading hobbies in the USA, so it should come as no surprise that […]

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National Say Something Nice Day

May 27, 2021

The words we use and how we say them can have a powerful effect on the world around us. No matter whether we are at home or work, effective communication is essential. Many famous management studies have shown that if employees feel valued and work in a good environment, they will perform at a higher […]

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Should you bring employees back to the office?

May 24, 2021

The following article was contributed by Michael Lee Stallard, president and co-founder of Connection Culture Group. As the world opens up again following COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns, employers that were previously accustomed to a steady hum of activity in the cubicles and corridors must decide if they are going to bring people back into the office […]

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How Women and Companies Can Celebrate National Women's Health Week

May 6, 2021

National Women’s Health Week 2021 will take place from May 9-15. This annual event always starts on Mother’s Day and is a great way to focus on women’s health. In this post, we will look at three key areas that can make a difference in women’s physical and mental health. We will then look at some ways companies can support all their employees’ health and well-being. 

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Celebrating National Nurses Day

April 28, 2021

National Nurses Day takes place on May 6, 2021. This annual day is our opportunity to thank the people that have worked so hard to provide outstanding healthcare in the most challenging of circumstances. This year is different in so many ways and is the perfect opportunity for us all to show nurses our appreciation for the work they do. Nurses and medical professionals have been on the frontline of the pandemic and have gone above and beyond to provide first-class care during this time. In this post, we will look at things we can do, be it members of the public or the management of healthcare providers.

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