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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


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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