Employee Onboarding

How Much is a Great Employee Onboarding Program Worth to You?

What’s it worth to your organization to have well-trained, productive employees who love their jobs, stay in them longer and are more likely to mentor future employees?

The answer is: a lot!

The onboarding process guides new hires from Day 1 to job productivity. The process encompasses learning the knowledge, skills and behaviors (KSB) required for the role and putting them into action.

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Employee Engagement

Can We Move the Needle on Employee Engagement?

Employee Engagement in U.S. Stagnant in 2015 | Gallup

Although steady, U.S. employee engagement levels remained low in 2015. An average of 32% of workers were engaged in their jobs this past year, compared with 31.5% in 2014. Employee engagement levels largely have not moved since 2000.

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Employee Engagement


Recognition. Freedom. Purpose. The Foundation of Great Company Culture

I’ve been guiding my business through a growth spurt lately…It’s an exciting time, for sure.

Key to this next chapter are the people who’ve chosen to come along for the journey; people who I hope will share our sense of purpose and belonging, and who will ultimately help us succeed in leveraging travel as a force for global good. So, I’ve been thinking a lot about company culture these last few weeks, and the secret sauce that goes in to binding and building an engaged, passionate team.

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Using Technology to Drive Employee Engagement

It’s hard to find someone who will argue against the importance of employee engagement. An engaged employee feels a strong sense of connection with their work. And, when we feel that connection as an employee, we do better work. Anyone who’s worked at a job for longer than a couple months knows this to be true.

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What Great Managers Do Daily

So much depends upon managers. For example, a Gallup study found that at least 70% of the variance in employee engagement scores is driven by who the boss is.

This is disconcerting because the same research found that about 70% of people in management roles are not well equipped for the job. This state of affairs is hurting not just employee engagement and quality of life, but also corporate performance.

Read the article: Harvard Business Review »

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