For 2022, we’re rethinking the way we approach retention. With many organizations still facing the aftermath of the Great Resignation, we wanted to deliver best practices and resources to our community as they rebuild. Each month we will be covering a different topic, all of which can contribute to stronger engagement, motivation, trust, and most importantly, retention. For January, we placed the focus on Setting the Tone. From goal-setting to onboarding, we want to make sure our employees feel invested in their futures with our organization.
Enjoy revisiting these blogs and the many tips and tricks included with each blog post. Please help us expand our community by following us on LinkedIn and Facebook and continue to visit Truvelop’s blog for valuable insights into best practices in performance management, real time feedback and employee engagement, and how to improve the overall employee experience.
Cultivating a diverse team is a great goal, but cultivating collaboration among a diverse team with different experiences, backgrounds and perspectives can be challenging for a manager, experienced or not. Gone are the days when employees come to work, put their heads down, complete their tasks and go home. Employees today want to be part of the conversation, have their ideas heard, and feel valued.
The labor market isn’t getting any better. This is what many business and HR experts are calling an unprecedented environment as an aging workforce retires, a younger workforce demands higher pay and flexibility, and mid-career professionals are increasingly entering the gig economy.
Welcome Design Collective! Last month, we began the onboarding process of our newest customer, Design Collective, an architecture firm with offices out of Baltimore and Chicago.
Truvelop is a performance management app to help managers engage and retain employees, however, it is designed to foster two-way communication so that employees can be actively involved in their professional development.
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 restrictions and chaos of daily life can make this a particularly challenging time for your employees.
Today we hosted our monthly Truvelop User Community Lunch and Learn and focused on the topic of onboarding. With so many organizations recovering from the Great Resignation and rebuilding their numbers, onboarding has been a top priority to start 2022. For that reason, we wanted to explore different Onboarding Best Practices and highlight the tools and resources available within Truvelop to help. Whether it’s sending an Onboarding Spark or using one of our Individual Development Planning, we’re here to help our users onboard their new hires with ease.
We are excited to welcome TEI Electrical Solutions to our growing customer base! Adding to our group of clients in construction and electrical contracting, TEI is leveraging our mobile solution to increase communication and real time feedback. TEI is the direct result of a customer referral from our friends at Harkins Builders.
It’s a new year and an opportunity for a fresh start with your team! Whether you’ve been using the Truvelop app for the past year or just a few weeks, take the time to put together a plan that will help you maximize the use of the tool to improve engagement with your team.
The last two years have required companies and HR teams to rethink how we work. But the adaptation and evolving expectations of employees can’t be restricted to the impact of the pandemic. If companies are going to compete in the raging war on talent, HR strategies have to continually focus on the future of work.
As part of our ongoing customer success strategy, our team sends out Truvelop Tips twice a month to all of the Managers from our client base. These messages highlight different management and development best practices and how Managers can be optimizing their Truvelop experience. These have been a great way to engage our Managers and keep bringing them back to the app.
More companies are adopting ongoing, real time evaluations versus annual reviews, which aligns with employee requests for more frequent evaluations that help them grow and develop, and respond to challenges more immediately.
“Everyone’s happy – managers have one place to document, evaluate and coach their direct reports, and employees receive consistent feedback on their performance.” – Karyn Schell, President at DP Solutions, during the Onboarding and Configuration call in April 2021.
Retention is a top priority for many organizations across the country. Low turnover can be attributed to several components and there isn’t a one-size fits all solution. As we continue to support our community, we will be highlighting different approaches to ensure strong retention by creating the best possible employee experience. In February, we’ll be celebrating our individual contributors and exploring ways to emphasize this idea of “Your Contribution Matters.”
As always, we would love to hear your ideas and feedback! Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org to share.