Blog - employee engagement

  • February 19, 2015

    FB@Work: Facebook Time Wasting Costs Employers $650 Billion per Year

    By: Aaron Hill

    Employers lose 650 billion (with a B) big ones each year thanks to the workforce’s obsession with social media. Blocking, banning and bullying hasn’t worked to turn off the spigot, so does it make sense to harness the medium by adding a new Facebook platform to the corporate mix and requiring, or at least sanctioning, its […]

  • January 14, 2015

    Does Your Onboarding Process Leave Employees to Sink or Swim?

    By: Aaron Hill

    “Welcome aboard! Here’s your workstation. Sink or swim.” If that’s the sum of a company’s onboarding process, it could spell disaster for the employee and the company. A new employee who enters the lion’s den without proper onboarding can turn from gregarious and confident to shy and withdrawn, afraid of getting fired. The first-impression door swings […]

  • January 13, 2015

    Can a Positive Workplace Environment Overcome Poor Output?

    By: Aaron Hill

    It’s early Monday morning, and statistically you have a better chance of having a heart attack or facing sudden death than at any other time. Many people hate their work, and the dread starts the minute the alarm rings. Their chest tightens in anticipation of the commute to work. Once they arrive at work, they’re […]

  • July 21, 2014

    Once Upon a Time: Engaging Learners Through Storytelling

    By: Andrew Fayad

    Once upon a time, there was a CLO who was tired of learners falling asleep during their training – so she decided to do something about it.” Sound familiar? A complete lack of connection between learner and material might be responsible for less post-learning retention. Unfortunately, not all training is going to earth-shattering and mind-blowing. […]

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