Culture can make or break an employee’s experience with your organization. For that reason, it’s crucial that managers bring their company’s culture to life. When they connect day to day performance back to the mission, vision, and values, they’re able to effectively reinforce the “why,” celebrate individual impact, and show employees that they are part of a team that values them. A positive and supportive culture can actively increase engagement and retention, so for the month of May, Truvelop’s content was all about equipping managers with the tools to effectively drive their organization’s culture.
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As employers continue to solve the puzzle of retention amid ongoing demands for more flexible hours, increased pay and greater support for the gig economy, paying attention to employees’ mental health status could build a culture that attracts and retains good talent.
One of the many benefits of Truvelop is the messaging our Customer Success team sends to leaders and managers twice a month. Through Truvelop Tips, we share best practices, proactive recommendations, and quicks tips with end users on various topics. Here is an excerpt from the most recent Truvelop Tip: Drive the Culture.
Using data to inform decisions help managers to be confident that they are taking the right steps to help their team succeed, however, a 2022 survey revealed that 42% of companies are not using predictive analytics, and only 20% of organizations are using analytics extensively, according to an article from SHRM.
At Truvelop, we know that change isn’t just manager-driven. Employees have the ability to drive their own experience and create an environment that inspires growth and engagement. That’s why Truvelop sends out monthly Truvelop Tips directly to the employees of each of our clients. Here’s an excerpt from May’s Truvelop Tip: Live the Culture.
According to the US Surgeon General, 76% of US workers reported at least one symptom of a mental health condition. Additionally, 84% stated that their workplace contributed to at least one mental health challenge.
Building a culture of trust and empowerment is important not only to employee retention but also to improving mental health in the workplace.
Culture and mental health go hand in hand, but culture is also closely related to strong DEI practices. As a manager, how can you drive an inclusive culture, ensuring that your team feels like they belong. Belonging and retention are positively correlated, so by investing in inclusive best practices, organizations can inspire their team to stay longer.
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