How to Improve Employee Engagement: Allow Employees to Do their Best Work

Part 3 of the Employee Engagement Series

Do you know why employees leave one company for another? There’s a saying I’m sure you’ve heard, “An employee doesn’t leave their job, they leave their boss.” Well according to Gallup, that doesn’t even rank in the top 5 answers by 31 million respondents....

How to Improve Employee Engagement: Focus on Productivity

Part 2 of the Employee Engagement Series

When an employee is engaged, they’re happier and better performers, finds Gallup. This is great news as we want a happy and productive workforce. To achieve this dual state, I look to the 12 Elements of Engagement as outlined in the Gallup’s State of the....

Actionable insights from Hiring Success 2017

This week’s Hiring Success 2017 talent acquisition event was nothing short of fantastic, based on the conversations we had, the connections we made, and the learnings we took back to share with our employees and clients.  We were proud to be the event Title Sponsor, and prouder still to be a....

How to Improve Employee Engagement: Start with Expectations

Part 1 of the Employee Engagement Series

According to Gallup’s State of the American Workplace report, only 33% of employees in the United States are engaged at work, compared to an engagement rate of 70% at the world’s best organizations. The ‘33%’ figure has lead us all to ask two key....

Q&A with Click Boarding

Interviewer: Vice President of Marketing, Karen Redetzki

Your EVP could be killing employee engagement

I came across an article in Forbes on EVP as a potential fix to employee engagement. For those of you who may need a reminder as to what EVP stands for, it’s Employee Value Proposition. Put simply, EVP is defined in the book The War for Talent as “Your company needs a strong employee value....

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