21 Ways to Engage Your Employees (that won’t break the bank)

21 Ways to Engage Your Employees (that won’t break the bank)

Keeping employees actively engaged in the workplace isn’t only important to build a positive work culture, it can also save you some big bucks. In fact, according to a Gallup poll, disengaged employees could be costing the US anywhere between $450-550 billion. Here are 21 things that won’t break the bank, but will still have […]

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The State of Workplace Communications

The State of Workplace Communications

Effective communication in the workplace has the ability to make operations more fluid and improve productivity. It has the potential to increase employee morale and thereby positively impact their commitment to the organization. It’s not difficult to imagine how frustrating poor internal communication can be in business. Regardless of whether it’s a memo for a […]

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Innovative Ways to Incentivize Your Employee Advocacy Program

Innovative Ways to Incentivize Your Employee Advocacy Program

The value of a strong employee advocacy program to a brand is absolute. It places workers in the driver’s seat and allows them to advocate the brand and the workplace on social media. That said, an employee advocacy program can only work if employees indeed are willing to do their part. So how do you […]

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[Infographic] What You Need to Know to Drive Employee Engagement

[Infographic] What You Need to Know to Drive Employee Engagement

Everyone who has ever tried their hand at employee advocacy will know that it will only work well and be a success if employees are fully motivated and engaged with the company. Disengaged employees are not only detrimental to a company’s marketing efforts, but they can also cost the company dearly in the long run. […]

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Beyond Social Selling: 4 Ways Employee Advocacy Can Grow Your Business

Beyond Social Selling: 4 Ways Employee Advocacy Can Grow Your Business

Employee advocacy has got to be the most obvious, logical answer to social media’s problem of dwindling organic traffic. In their book, The Most Powerful Brand on Earth, the authors Chris Boudreaux and Susan Emerick say, “In social media, people – not brands – are the channel.” Few companies copped on early in the game, and […]

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