Unproductive busyness is perhaps the most serious behavioral problem in companies both large and small.
“It is not enough to be busy. The question is: What are we busy about?” 388 more words
A recent article posted on the Forbes website argues ways in which software will transform employee engagement.
The biggest changes in businesses is the way that businesses are engaging their employees Jamie True, CEO if WorkAngel an employee recognition and reward platform. 316 more words
Retail sucks. That’s just the bottom-line. Don’t try to kid yourself; retail is literally the worst. I work a retail job. I’m about two weeks away from finishing up my bachelor’s degree but I’m currently working a customer service job. 800 more words
Employee engagement is down. Employee satisfaction is down. Overall happiness in the US is down (and has been declining since 2005).
The number of mind-numbing and scream-laden reality TV shows is up (yet fading – there is good news!). 654 more words
Just received Rotary’s Paul Harris Fellowship Award. Much appreciated. Probably uncool for me to blog about it… but nice to see comedy appreciated for being put to an even ‘gooder’ use than it’s original purpose which is pretty good as it is. 63 more words
This guest blog has been provided by Kevin Sheridan, best-selling author and innovator in the field of Employee Engagement.
Finding good employees can be difficult. The challenge becomes even greater when hiring for a virtual role. 708 more words