Details always matter. Adding to a team can be tricky. So we asked 10 entrepreneurs: How do you welcome new employees and make them part of your culture?
How well a message is communicated is as important as the message itself. When it comes to internal communications, this certainly holds true. What your culture consists of – goals, values, and practices – must be effectively transmitted for employees to understand and act upon it. Therefore, it’s essential to focus not just on what you’re communicating but also how you’re communicating it.
Entrepreneur and CultureIQ spent months searching for the best cultures in the U.S. Here are 153 of the best corporate cultures they found and why they are considered the best.
Whether you place emphasis on teamwork or individual performance, it's essential to research which method will work best for you. Here are seven new trends top companies use to separate performance from compensation
For modern businesses, employee engagement is key. High engagement leads to reduced turnover, improved productivity and increased profitability. However, the latest research from Gallup shows that less than 30 percent of employees are engaged at work.
Pain-free performance reviews are possible if you follow these five tips in your organization. The "annual" performance review system is broken. And fixing the system won't be easy. But start with more frequent, less critical feedback.
Gallup.com editors' picks for the top articles from 2016 on the workplace from around the web. Read some of the most valuable facts on the modern workplace.
Six reasons why business leaders should implement official mentor programs. These programs improve engagement, create opportunities for employees, and create a connection for employees. In the end, these programs create more profits and improve corporate culture.
Your employees have to know what benefits they can expect from your company. With a proper employee benefits communication plan, you can rest assured knowing that your employees have all their options laid out for them. Here's how you can do it.
Your employees are your most dedicated brand champions. They can create the buzz surrounding public perception of your brand. That's why effective internal communications is a key part of any organization. Employees need to understand the mission and know they can rely on their managers for help.
You may have some of the tools you need to effectively communicate with your team, but are you communicating as effectively as you can? Here’s how to be truly engaged with your colleagues.
First of all, to write an effective internal communication strategy, you need to know what an internal communication strategy looks like. This article answers all your questions. What should be included in an internal communication strategy, what should be excluded? What should the final product convey?
Register with the Employee Benefit News Network to find out how to improve benefits communications efforts. You will connect with your employees and get better enrollment in benefits by following these tenets for employee engagement and internal communications. Human Resources professionals will also find this information useful.
New research shows that work friendships benefit both employees and employers in many ways supported by new statistics. This infographic lays out the benefits of workplace friendships.
Employers need to know which amenities and benefits they should offer their workers to attract and keep top talent. A ping pong table is great for tech startups, but most employees want something more substantial. With a changing workforce and workplace culture, here are eleven benefits that many employees are looking for when selecting a company to work for. This article is courtesy of Employee Benefit News.