Two-Way Communication

Year-Round Employee Evaluations

It’s the third quarter and company leaders across all industries are beginning to plan for the new year. An important part of planning is forecasting talent gaps and budgets related to payroll and bonus structures. It is curious, however, that many companies are...

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Pulse Checks for Employees

Employee needs evolve and managers must be in-tune to these changes in order to engage their team effectively. Managers can’t assume to know what employees need or want; trusted two-way communication with frequent pulse checks is the best way to ensure employees...

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Engaging Front-Line Workers with Truvelop

Front-line workers represent the majority of our workforce but are often the most overlooked and underappreciated. It’s no secret that increased pressure, longer hours and general uncertainty in the world and certain industries are leading to burnout. According to...

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Culture Impacts Wellbeing

Building a culture of trust and empowerment is important not only to employee retention but also to improving mental health in the workplace. According to an article from Forbes, “A Harvard Business Review survey revealed that 58 percent of employees trust...

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Mental Health in the Workplace

According to the CDC, “nearly 1 in 5 US adults aged 18 or older (18.3% or 44.7 million people) reported any mental illness…Many people with mental health disorders also need care for other physical health conditions, including heart disease, diabetes, respiratory...

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Best Practices For Performance Management

A study from Gallup Workplace that evaluated why performance management isn’t working, found that just 2 in 10 employees say their performance is managed in a way that motivates them to do outstanding work. According to Gallup, “Moving from performance management...

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Employee Goals

Gone are the days of the annual review that gets filed away with no value other than a perfunctory task managers are required to complete. Today, reviews should be done frequently throughout the year and be used to inform goal development based on the employee’s...

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Human Capital vs. Human Resources

By viewing employees as capital that is required to sustain and grow a business, rather than expendable human resources, companies will develop a culture that values employees and thus drives retention. As shared in an article from Harvard Law School Forum on...

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