Category: Workplace Wellness
Henry Goldbeck comments on “The ROI of Employee Engagement“:
“What is engagement?
The level of care that employees have for the job that they are doing and the care they have for the company, their coworkers, their customers and their own job satisfaction and professional growth and achievement.
If they are productive they must be engaged sufficiently.
Staff need some experience of achievement, that they … Read More »
With the arrival of the New Year, it is the perfect time to look ahead and evaluate your employee’s compensation and how it can be worked into the overall company budget.
January is a common time for companies to conduct salary reviews with their employees, and employers should be prepared to evaluate and restructure as necessary. … Read More »
Thank you notes are becoming something of a lost art form, but they are an extremely important and professional tool in the workplace with a multitude of uses.
For example, perhaps you wrote the perfect cover letter, have an impressive resume, and your in-person interview went off without a hitch. You thought you had this job … Read More »
Team Goldbeck recommends some technical tools that work well as employee wellness initiatives.
1.) A pop-up clock to remind you to stand up and stretch
2.) Ergonomic friendly chairs and desks
3.) Apps for employees to download and track their diet
4.) Workplace wellness reminders to drink water, enjoy a coffee, eat regularly, walk, 5 minutes of fresh air. We … Read More »
Henry Goldbeck gives some insight on employee satisfaction specifically on some key findings and a few questions pertaining to Human Resources.
A few findings:
42% of small businesses (1-50 employees) offer no employee feedback.
Formal or scheduled employee feedback is more popular (34%) than informal or ad-hoc employee feedback (25%).
Managers who provide consistent and accurate evaluations have 35% more employees reporting … Read More »