With retention continuing to be a major focus for many organizations, we wanted to get creative with how we can engage, motivate, and inspire employees. When Managers are caught up in the day-to-day, it can be easy to forget about all that an employee has achieved. However, when we take a moment to pause and reflect, we can highlight the unique attributes that the employee brings to the team and organization’s overall success. Everyone plays a crucial role, so let’s remind our employees that their contribution matters.
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It is no surprise that organizations across all industries are recommitting or increasing their commitment to DEI. According to an article in Venture Beat, 79% of companies are planning to allocate more budget and resources to DEI in 2022.
As companies navigate a third year of shifts and adaptive work environments, leaders continue to struggle to figure out the best ways to foster communication and collaboration among team members.
Organizational culture helps define expectations and guides day-to-day operations so all employees understand what drives the company. Clearly defined values and beliefs can reduce turnover because it allows candidates to know up front if the company is a good fit and when all employees are held to the same standard of expectation, employees can work feeling empowered and respected.
Managers complete Evaluations and Sparks to help team members track progress and promote development, but it can also be used to recognize that their efforts are important. As a manager, how do you show team members they matter? Do you reinforce the WHY to inspire them? What does this look like in your day-to-day activities as a manager?
How do employers motivate employees to keep them engaged and increase performance? Understanding what motivates employees is the first step. It will be different for everyone and can change depending on the situation or period in time.
Studies have found that those companies scoring in the top 20% of engagement experience 59% fewer turnovers; and that lack of recognition and engagement has contributed to 44% of employees changing jobs.
We are excited to welcome MahlerClean to our growing customer base! MahlerClean is the direct result of our partnership with BSCAI – Building Service Contractors Association International.
As the latest wave of COVID cases subsides, companies are again revisiting a return to the office. What once was a common, familiar space, following two years of predominantly remote work, the office is an unknown environment leaving many employees anxious.
In our most highly attended User Community Lunch and Learn ever, Truvelop Managers came together to define what makes a meaningful check-in. They also reviewed the various tools in Truvelop that can help make the check-in process as easy and strategic as possible.Read More Here
The old performance management playbook has been thrown out the window. Neither managers nor employees see any value in an annual, one-sided review, and are discovering the benefits of collaboration in developing work plans and goals that help employees remain focused and motivated, and help managers increase retention.
Independence Housing Authority, based out of Independence, Missouri, is dedicated to the creation and maintenance of quality affordable housing, fostering a community founded on respect and decency. That same foundation of respect and decency is afforded to their staff as well, as they leverage Truvelop to increase transparent communication focused on growth and support.
As we’ve witnessed in the past months and years, resilience is an extremely valuable trait. Change can occur at any moment, so having a team that is comfortable pivoting in the moment can dictate a successful outcome. That’s why we’re shifting the focus to facilitating a growth mindset for March.
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