How to improve employee engagement is a big question in any organization. If you can comprehend what they like about the workplace and what they don’t; what motivates them and what doesn’t; then you can strive to enhance employee engagement. These details can be fetched by getting feedback directly from employees. From feedback, you can
Technology has made it possible for people to connect anytime, anywhere, and with anyone around the world virtually from almost any device. Remote working is still an unfamiliar term for many people. Although due to the Covid Pandemic, the remote working culture has gained tremendous popularity and has been adopted by millions of people worldwide.
The employees of an organisation are legally entitled to a variety of leaves. Among compensatory time off, unlimited leaves, bereavement leave and the like, the employees have the right to opt for dependency leave as well. It implies a leave of emergency to tackle a situation surrounding a dependent. Here, it is crucial for the
The real purpose of feedback is to help the recipient improve on the aspect that the feedback is being given. Do note that the focus word is “help” and thus, feedback in its intent and spirit should always be constructive that helps improve Employee Performance. Unfortunately, we are imperfect humans and more often than we try
In any job making the right decisions w.r.t the rights afforded to you through regulations, laws and policies is the best way to ensure an appropriate work-life balance. Even managing finances is often highly facilitated through these. One such benefit afforded to employees is compensatory time off. Full awareness about compensatory time off does not
An Engaged Employee is the Holy Grail for any business. With enumerable aspects linked to Employee Engagement, it has become a matter of critical interest for any organization to drive growth and opportunity. "Always treat your employees exactly as you want them to treat your best customers." –Stephen R. Covey Broadly based on commitment, employees