In 2014, National Healthcare Expenditure reached $3.0 trillion, or $9,523 per person. Employers understand all too well the impact of rising healthcare costs. Employer health and wellness programs have a positive impact on employees’ overall health and can take your company culture to new levels.
Month: September 2016
Up until very recently, the traditional workplace environment encouraged employees to develop fixed mindsets rather than growth mindsets focused on change and improvement. Guest poster Brian Anderson from BambooHR talks about why this is changing.
Overwhelmed employees aren’t engaged employees. We’ve put together some tips for managers to help from making their employees feel overwhelmed at work.
A great place to work isn’t just about a short commute and an incredible benefits package. Most employees want to feel like they’re making a contribution.
Every company has a unique culture and a distinct approach to creating a great work environment, but most great company cultures include some or all of the following elements.
Clearly outline the basics of motivating employees. If you do not lay out a system that managers can work from, they will be left to devise their own system for motivation. This could spell disaster depending on the managers skill set.
Culture refers to the beliefs and behaviors that determine how a company’s workforce interacts to get work done. We have identified three things to help you build a strong company culture.
Training in the hospitality industry can lead to better customer experiences and brand loyalty. Here are three tips for training your staff.
Recognition needs to be executed in a way that fits the employee. Shy employees may appreciate more one-on-one recognition, while more social ones would like appreciation in a company meeting.