Today, 97% of Fortune 500 countries use game-based learning in the workplace to level up employee engagement. Incorporating games in the workplace can breathe new life into company meetings, and enhance the workplace culture and employee experience.
The key to developing employees with oomph is communication.
The act of taking a test actually helps you learn. It’s one more tool to help your employees be the best they can be.
Too often, leaders get caught up in telling people what they’re doing wrong instead of showing that they care. Here, five ways to praise your team.
The cost to the Australian Economy of employees who are not engaged by their work is estimated to be $42.1 billion a year. This is pretty staggering isn’t it? What it goes to show is that staff are the linchpin to most, if not all, businesses.
These four tips will make your employees happier and your company more productive.
We’re used to hearing about the big corporates winning ‘best workplace’ awards but when a small Sydney recruitment firm did it recently, we wanted to know more about how it made the illustrious list.
Great staff are hard to find and even harder to replace. How do you keep them happy when you can’t really afford to give them more money? If you’re struggling to think of some creative ways to reward your staff, read on.
It’s not about the cash, or the mission statement. Use these four tips to keep workers passionate and energised.
Would your company perform better if everyone in it truly enjoyed what they were doing? One expert looks at five key workplace enjoyment areas where small business leaders are getting it wrong.