employee motivation

There have always been jokes around work from home policies. Living in the age of memes, we can all agree we’ve seen a lot of funny ones that showed us, working from home is as good as not working. Just like this: But unfortunately or otherwise, we’re now in a fix. The world is working […]

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“A person who feels appreciated will always do more than what is expected!!” A solid foundation of a relationship may be at work or personal life is built through appreciation. It brings in a sense of trust and a factor that motivates individuals to put more effort. I encountered this in a recent instance I […]

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I SLEEP AT WORK. I end up spending more than 1 out of every 2 seconds of my waking life at work, that’s 90,000 hours in a lifetime, and lately a lot more. Might as well get my sleep pattern steady and hit the 70 on Fitbit I so desperately desire. And with retirement becoming […]

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The value of an engaged and effective company culture can’t be overstated, especially in today’s competitive recruiting environment. Ninety-four percent of executives and 88% of employees believe a distinct workplace culture is crucial to business success, according to recent findings from Deloitte. Yet only 19% of executives surveyed by Deloitte think their company has the […]

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It is an awful thing when an excellent employee leaves. In fact, it’s difficult when any loyal employee decides to move ahead in their career to pursue their professional goals. In such situations, being critical or apathetic only brings down the morale of the employee as well as the concerned team. Therefore, an exit interview […]

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Over nearly two decades, the annual percentage of engaged U.S. workers has ranged from a low of 26% in 2000 and 2005 to the recent six-month high of 34% in 2018. On average, 30% of employees have been engaged at work during the past 18 years. (Source: Gallup) These numbers suggest that employers have been actively […]

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Onboarding: The process by which a new employee is assimilated into the work culture, get’s the training required to do their task, and can function independently in the new atmosphere. Half of all hourly workers leave their job within the first 120 days and half of all senior outside hires fail within 18 months. When surveyed, […]

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Organizations have come to an understanding that in today’s ever-changing business scenario, the most valuable resource that needs to be leveraged is a human resource/workforce. This not just means attracting the crème-de-la-crème and retaining them but keeping them motivated and committed towards the organization’s goals. An engaged workforce produces better results for a business, does […]

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Employee motivation can be considered as the level of energy, commitment, persistence, and creativity that employees bring to their jobs. Whether the economy is rising or shrinking, finding ways to motivate employees has always been a management concern. Competing theories stress more on either incentives or employee involvement (empowerment). A smoothly running and motivated workforce […]

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-The Art of Creating a Positive Impact Remember how we used to look at our pre kg teacher to hear that “good boy/ good girl”? Remember how we waited to show our friends the trophy we won? Remember the smile on Mom’s face when your teacher spoke highly of you? Well, we might have grown […]

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