In the workplace, financial and non-financial motivators are used to drive engagement and performance. Motivation is highly personal and differs for each employee. Use this knowledge to inform your choice of benefits offered and the type of motivation tactics used to get the best results out of each of your people for greater engagement and performance.
Diversity is often compared to an iceberg. There are parts visible above the surface, like ethnicity and physical disability, but then there’s much more beneath the surface: cultural background, economic status, educational history, and more.
You might have noticed it in your own workplace. Someone higher up the ladder introduces a new performance measure and immediately, everyone prioritizes that measure – often with unintended and at times bizarre consequences. A classic anecdote of this in action involves a nail factory in the former Soviet Union.
CIO Applications magazine recognized Kumanu, formerly JOOL Health, as a Top 10 Employee Engagement Solution in its December 2018 issue. This annual listing highlights 10 companies at the forefront of providing employee engagement solutions and transforming businesses.
After examining the ways 12 different companies are measuring employee engagement, one thing is clear: the traditional methods of measuring engagement are ineffective in the modern workplace. Employers come up short in two key areas, and this blog provides practical solutions to solve these problems.