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Trends and Insights: Focus on These Trends to Keep Employee Engagement Soaring

Posted by Sandy Yu on 3.7.2019

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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.

Make Employee Appreciation Bigger than One Day: March 1st was Employee Appreciation Day. Whether you celebrated or not, employee appreciation should be a year-round effort. Even little gestures go a long way. Read more.

Keep Your Employee Experience Top Notch During Culture Shifts: Change is inevitable and sometimes for the better. But times of transition can also be scary for employees. Maintaining effective employee engagement during company culture shifts is essential for keeping morale high. Read more.

Female Leaders, Step Up and Be Mentors: Despite all the talk about gender equality in the workplace, it’s still rare for women to mentor other women. Worse, men are now “nervous” about taking women on as mentees. If we want to change the workplace, it’s time for more female mentors to start nurturing young women. Read more.

Support Your Managers and Their Mental Well-being: Many leaders still hesitate to talk about mental health in the workplace. But ignoring a topic won’t make it go away. It’s important for you to be able to identify warning signs and ways you can support your management team. Read more.

3 Ways to Build and Embrace Diversity and Inclusion: When you’re working to improve diversity and inclusion in your company, you have a lot of routes to choose from. Understanding your options will help you see what works for your team. Read more.

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