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Trends and Insights: New Study Finds Employee Engagement is Top Priority in 2019

Posted by Sandy Yu on 5.2.2019

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EmployeeChannel is committed to bringing you information on bettering your organization through internal communications and employee engagement. We’ve put together the latest trends to help you stay up-to-date and ready to tackle your organization’s challenges.

Why Companies Still Have Poor Communication: Internal communications is the glue holding companies together. Still, it’s being treated like an after-thought. Find out how you can start getting it right: Read more.

Millennial Gives Up Fashion Weeks With John Legend: Sarah Solomon, and many other millennials, are ditching their high-paying, nine-to-five jobs for real flexibility. Here are the steps you need to take today: Read more.

How #MeToo Backlash Impacts Employee Engagement: The #MeToo movement continues influencing positive and necessary change throughout workplaces. However, it’s also shifting employee relationships, negatively impacting engagement. Read more.

Employee Engagement Becomes Top People Strategy for 2019: Engagement is no longer just a focus for HR leaders, it’s a top priority. In a new study, HR directors cite it as one of their key strategies moving forward this year. Read more.

How AI Personalizes the Employee Experience: “AI” and “personal” aren’t usually paired together. But these leaders are using advanced tech to their ultimate advantage by ensuring it’s improving, not complicating, their daily work experiences. Read more.

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