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How Facebook Drives Employee Motivation

Facebook is known for being one of the best places to work. It’s no surprise that the company has thought through how performance management can impact workers and developed an innovative way to reward employees for contributing to success.

Get the inside scoop on how the social network drives employee motivation and performance.

In this resource, you’ll learn how Facebook evolved performance management to drive top performance across its growing workforce.

Discover a strategy that allows your clients to layer multiple plans for select top talent. That way, they can get back to "100% coverage," for routine medical expenses, unexpected expenses and even some expenses not covered by their primary plan.

Culture is the character and personality of your organization. It's what makes your organization unique and is the sum of its values, traditions, beliefs, interactions, behaviors, and attitudes.How does your employee culture compare to other organizations? We can now answer that question thanks to this survey conducted by of over 550 HR professionals.

The overall research objective is to measure the current use and future decision making behavior toward unified communications and other workforce technologies around the globe, specifically: desktop video conferencing, room-based video conferencing, huddle room video conferencing (meant for small rooms of up to 4 participants), audio conferencing, web conferencing, IP telephony, team collaboration tools (e.g., Slack), unified communications (UC) client, consumer messaging and calling services (e.g., Skype, Google), headsets, and unified messaging.

How are your peers using video for business? We took a poll of over 650 employees in multiple verticals around the world to find out. Discover the state of video in the enterprise in 2017.

Employee engagement surveys are often the first tool HR leaders use to start creating a data-driven strategy for their company. However, when it comes to deciding what questions to ask in your survey, all is not created equal. The questions you ask are incredibly important in terms of both the data you collect, and the signal you are sending to your people by asking each one.


When employees feel their employer cares about their well-being, they’re 38% more engaged. And a great way to show your employees that you care is to call out their great work. In fact, 78% of employees would work harder if they felt their efforts were better appreciated.

Sourcing and recruiting has always been highly focused on attaining a deep understanding of talent. From uncovering fit to evaluating skills, traditional hiring is really an educated guess. There are a number of ways to assess applicants, but at the end of it all, recruiters and hiring managers have always had to hire with a hope the candidate will perform well. Unfortunately, the gamble can be costly.

Employees are creating more videos than they did one year ago, and those videos are being used in a variety of internal and external channels.

SHRM Foundation’s Effective Practice Guidelines Series: According to recent data, more than 25 percent of the U.S. population experiences some type of career transition each year. Unfortunately, many transitions are not successful. Half of all hourly workers leave new jobs in the first four months, and half of senior outside hires fail within 18 months. Clearly, there is room for improvement.

ENGAGE BY STAGE Research Report

Age is just a number: Understanding how career stage affects employee engagement

Studies indicate that despite rising healthcare costs and confusion about healthcare benefits, employer readiness for Open Enrollment is higher than ever.

Mind the Workplace Report

workplace mental health problems result in as much as 500 billion dollars of lost productivity annually. It isn’t just the financial losses that matter. Overstressed and unhealthy employees contribute to unhappy workplaces. This means that the indirect effects on everyone else – the people who dread coming to work – may not show up in the calculated productivity losses, but contribute to them nevertheless.

5 Hot HR Strategy Trends 2017

Grab on to this life raft and read about hot trends that are projected to impact the workplace and HR strategy in 2017.

Millennials & screen time: Does it impact voluntary benefits?

Average time spent in front of a screen is increasing quickly, especially for millennials. How does it affect voluntary employee benefits enrollment?

A bad hire can be disruptive, costly and time consuming to replace. That’s why it's important to really get to know candidates beyond their resume to understand if they have the skills to succeed.


Getting to gender equality starts with realizing how far we have to go. Learn more—and what you can do about it—in the Women in the Workplace 2017 study.

Before you know it the holiday season will be all around us, next year’s plans will be socialized, and the Times Square ball drop will be a fond memory.

Health Savings Accounts: Bridging the Retirement Savings Gap

Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) are gaining recognition as a tool for retirement savings due to their triple tax advantage, ability to cover Medicare premiums and out-of-pocket expenses after age 65, and investment capabilities. Download the white paper to learn about the benefits of HSAs for employers and employees, and why HSAs can be an integral part of a holistic retirement strategy.

Engagement strategies from Harvard psychologist Susan David

In the modern working world of increasing complexity, financial uncertainty, rapid technological changes and blurred lines between work and home, global employee engagement levels look bleak.

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