Measuring the ROI of employee engagement–click here for the case study.
The evaluation of engagement has evolved over several decades and generally involves three major categories of research. Beginning with a logical analysis, research has moved to exploring relationships between engagement and other variables, and then View article
Are you setting out to conduct a needs analysis before developing or revising a program? Looking to evaluate a program being offered in your organization? Seeking to understand the satisfaction or needs of your organization’s View article
Online events offer stakeholders numerous data points from which to measure results. But, does this data represent metrics that matter? Todd Hanson briefly outlines what success should look like and how it can be measured beyond the keyboard and monitor.
In between the ultimate return-on-investment measures for attendees and exhibitors lay an analysis of each of the components of the event and the participants’ evaluation of their respective value. View article
Virtual teams are the future and the future is now! Virtual teams are receiving high attention because they constitute new way of working. Characteristics of virtual teams, such as the maturity curve, the advantages and disadvantages are presented, along with the basic rules to follow in building successful virtual teams.
Many employers think that’s the key to employee engagement. But any company that THINKS you have to pour money on employees to get them engaged will write off employee engagement efforts during tough economic times. “We just can’t afford to do it right now,” they say.
With a national unemployment rate hovering around 9%, workers who are still employed are carrying a huge burden. Most industries have undertaken some form of a layoff, either directly, via the pink slip, or indirectly by not replacing open positions or combining positions.
Effective reward is not just about raising salaries, but about finding the right reward programs for the strategic direction of your business and your unique work culture. What level of total reward can your business afford? How do you compare to your competitors? How can you focus your staff on the organization’s must win battles? How can you better engage your organization? How can you better attract and retain talent?