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8 September, 2023

Workplace Communication: Responding to employees in difficult situations 

“To effectively communicate, we must realize that we all are different in the way we perceive the world and use this understanding as a guide to communicate with others. “ Effective workplace communication is essential for maintaining a healthy and productive work environment. One critical aspect of this is how managers and leaders respond to employees in difficult situations. In this blog, we will explore strategies for responding to employees in challenging moments, including reward and recognition, empathy, and other powerful tools for fostering a positive workplace culture.   Why effective communication is important  86% of corporate executives, educators, and employees…

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30 August, 2023

5 ways to Amplify a ‘Hybrid’ Company Culture

Hybrid? In recent years, the concept of workplace culture has evolved. When the COVID-19 pandemic struck, all our worlds came together and eventually gave rise to a popular work culture that we continue to operate in today: the hybrid work culture. Certain organizations used a hybrid work culture before the COVID era, but it wasn’t until after the pandemic that its popularity and effectiveness became apparent. Organizations inevitably faced challenges in adapting to the hybrid work model because it called for a lot of experimentation and novel thinking. Working from home meant that organizations saved a lot on infrastructure costs,…

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21 August, 2023

Multi-Generational Workplaces: Navigating the Changing Landscape

In today’s dynamic corporate landscape, understanding and adapting to the evolving priorities of different generations is key to creating a cohesive and productive workforce. In this blog, we’ll delve deeper into the changing priorities of Generation Z, the influence of millennials on these trends and strategies to engage seniors in the modern workplace. Priorities of Generation Z: A Quest for Balance Generation Z, born between the mid 1990s and early 2010s, has brought its own unique set of values and preferences to the workplace. Aiming for a harmonious work-life balance, Gen Z employees are prioritizing roles that offer flexibility and…

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20 July, 2023

Mastering Workplace Communication: A Path to Enhanced Collaboration 

“Effective teamwork begins and ends with communication.” Introduction  With clear communication comes clarity in thought, actions, and intention. The way people communicate with one another is becoming easier on-screen and difficult off-screen in a society where channels of communication are expanding daily. This puts into question several elements of a productive workplace. Effective communication becomes a primary goal for a workplace to be transparent and collaborative, among other things. In this blog, we will explore the importance of employee communication in reward and recognition initiatives and outline some practical strategies for enhancing communication and employee engagement.   To delve deeper, developing…

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30 June, 2023

Creative Employee Rewards and Recognition Ideas to Motivate and Retain Top Talent 

Reward and recognition have been conceptually evolving in the last few years. As new talents from the new generation step into the corporate world, they enter with more contemporary ideas, identities, and, most importantly, requirements. What may have been the norm of reward and recognition around a decade ago is now turning obsolete. While this is a challenge, it’s one that brims with possibilities and innovation! Possibilities of creating new types of reward and recognition- integrated with not just technology but also with a mindset that makes the whole process seamless and more efficient than it used to be and,…

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22 June, 2023

Employee Wellbeing & Recognition through a psychological lens  

Recognition serves as a powerful psychological motivator for employees. When employees receive acknowledgement for their efforts and accomplishments, it boosts their self-esteem, enhances their sense of competence, and increases their overall job satisfaction. By recognizing employees, organizations can create a positive feedback loop that contributes to a healthy work environment and improved performance.   Employee well-being encompasses various psychological factors such as work-life balance, job satisfaction, stress management, and emotional resilience. When employees experience high levels of well-being, they are more likely to be engaged, motivated, and productive. Conversely, poor well-being can lead to burnout, decreased job satisfaction, and reduced…

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9 June, 2023

Employee Experience vs Employee Engagement 

In today’s competitive corporate world, companies are increasingly focused on creating a positive and fulfilling work environment. Two key concepts that often come up in discussions about employee satisfaction and productivity are employee experience and employee engagement. While these terms are related, they are not interchangeable. In this blog, we’ll explore what employee experience and employee engagement mean, how they are alike, and how they differ, and provide some tips on how to encourage employee engagement and measure employee experience.  What is Employee Experience?   Employee experience refers to the overall journey an employee goes through during their time with…

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1 June, 2023

Identifying Rewards and Recognition with Gen Z and Millennials

As organizations adapt to the changing workforce dynamics, understanding how to effectively reward and recognize Gen Z and Millennials becomes crucial. Gen Z is the most diverse generation yet, and for that reason, one may find that Gen Z employees have a wide range of backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. The future of organizations depends on Gen Z employees, who are the newest generation of employees and managers. With their help and involvement, organizations may develop, and recognition programs can thrive. For perspective, Baby Boomers (those born between 1946 and 1964) preferred financial security and, consequently, monetary advantages, but Millennials (those…

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