Keeping employees engaged is one a tough job, but necessary to reduce employee turnover. ElevatePoint has 6 ways to help HR and Internal Comms teams engage employees without adding salary.
There are a lot of strategies and channels internal communicators can use for change management. ElevatePoint shares 4 tactics you can implement today.
Are you an engaged employee? Or are the employees you have hired and lead engaged? Are you, as a leader, engaged in your organization? From any angle, you can tell the difference between someone who is engaged, and someone who is “checked out” when you look through this list of what makes up an engaged employee. BONUS: Take the quiz at the end of this blog post to see how you rank today.
Today, we are providing 10 battle tested tips that will go a long way towards creating an intranet that employees will actually use.
“If you build it, they will come.” For Kevin Costner, this might be true. The same cannot be said when it comes to engaging employees on your intranet. In the mind of your average employee, the word “intranet” is more likely to incite fear than excitement. Historically, the perception of an intranet is synonymous with an information dump. If you don’t know where to find something, it’s probably hidden in the intranet catacombs.
What does an Employee Engagement firm do for Engagement? An Inside Look We believe technology should improve people’s lives. We strive to connect with our clients and community to make businesses stronger, jobs more rewarding and communities closer. Rob Colwill CEO, ElevatePoint When ElevatePoint started over 7 years ago we had a vision of creating a modern workplace where people…