employee morale

Quiet Quitting

Quiet quitting is a new term for an issue employers have faced for decades. When managers aren’t coached on best engagement and employee development practices, the result is employees feeling overwhelmed and undervalued. As described in an article from American...

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Corporate Culture

There are a lot of trends developing around corporate culture as companies explore ways to engage employees in what is becoming a permanently remote workforce, and attract new talent. In a recent article from SHRM, Marissa Andrada, Chipotle Mexican Grill's chief...

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Employee Happiness

The holidays have come and gone. Excitement for the new year is fading. The dark, cold days of winter are upon us. For many, this time of year can have a negative effect mentally and emotionally, but with seemingly no end in sight to the pandemic and the subsequent...

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Putting the Focus on Retention

Earlier today, Customer Success Team Member Juliana Withers hosted October’s Truvelop User Community Lunch and Learn about Putting the Focus on Retention.  With Truvelop CEO and Co-Founder, Lisa First-Willis, the women were able to explore the root of why people...

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Employee Complaints Changing HR Role

The pandemic has changed expectations for the role HR plays in supporting employees. According to a study from Paychex, 60% of employees believe HR’s focus should be ensuring employees have everything they need to work from home with nearly 50% want to see more...

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Summer Slump

The summer months can be a challenging period for businesses as employees lose focus amid vacations, evenings at the pool and opportunities to spend more time outdoors. Studies have shown that productivity can decrease 20% during the summer months! In an article...

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What You Missed in June, 2021

These past few months have been full of change and adjustments and that can be uncomfortable.  Employees have been asked to go above and beyond as we navigate these changes, leaving many feeling burnt out and disengaged.  In fact, a survey from CareerBuilder a few...

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How to Minimize Hatred in the Workplace

Our country has seen an increase in hate directed at minority groups. Sexism. Racism. Anti-Asian. Anti-LGBTQ. And, the workplace is not immune to this hatred. Many workplaces, unfortunately, are not a place of respect and civility, period. According to Forbes,...

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Time to Hire or Replace

Turnover is hard – and expensive. While it seems easy to fire an employee, it isn’t always the best move. However, there are times when there is no room for improvement because performance or behavior is poor, therefore replacing an employee is the optimal way to...

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National Employee Appreciation Day

Today is National Employee Appreciation Day! According to HR Daily Advisor, the #1 reason people change jobs is growth opportunities. Earlier this week, our Customer Success team shared recommendations with our customers on how to show appreciation to employees...

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