As an employer you are in a constant battle to be seen as remarkable in the eyes of the employee. To be less results in turnover and a stagnant workforce. Capture remarkability by being the best at employee engagement.
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Category: Loyalty & Engagement Strategies (15)
The Loyalty & Engagement Strategies Blog offers helpful info, tips & best practices for HR professionals about the world of voluntary benefits, employee discount programs and company loyalty.
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Knowing the reasons and motivations for why you want to pursue increased employee engagement plays a strategic role in implementing those strategies effectively.
Taking “employee engagement” beyond a corporate buzzword requires genuine focus and an honest assessment. Learn more about this important first step in tackling the critical goal of increased employee loyalty.
Striving towards ongoing employee loyalty is good for the organization, reducing the costs of replacing employees and struggling through turnover. Here are three simple truths that will help lay a foundation towards improved employee loyalty.
Employee retention is an ongoing (and costly) battle for human resources, and the only remedy is better employee engagement.
Do your employees LOVE your company? They should. Emotional engagement with your team members is the first and most important step and human resources has direct influence over many of these emotional motivators.
Here are some ideas about how to leverage our specialty, employee discount programs, towards employee retention and reduced turnovers.
The following is a guest post from Kathy Lang. Kathy is the HR Employee Recognition Specialist for MD Anderson a leading cancer research and patient care facility in Houston, Texas. Editor’s Note: Abenity is proud to manage the employee discount program for MD Anderson, one of the top medical facilities in the world leading the…
The following is a guest post from Donna Gwaltney. Donna is the Senior Human Resources Generalist for Belmont University and has nearly two decades of HR experience in a variety of industries including hospitality, non-profit, manufacturing, citrus processing, and the public sector. Editor’s Note: In 2006 Belmont University, a private liberal arts college in Nashville,…
The following is a guest post from Joann Nelson. Joann is the Work-Life Coordinator and Compensation Specialist for the State of Colorado and has nine years of experience in Human Resources with a primary emphasis in compensation, work-life, employee relations, and recruitment. When you decide to manage an employee discount program in-house, there are some…