Employee Engagement

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How Employee Engagement And Diversity Are Tied Together

BirdDogHR contributed an article on CEOWORLD Magazine entitled "How Employee Engagement and Diversity Are Tied Together." In this article, we explored diversity, inclusion and how they tie into employee engagement. Read the full article to learn how diversity and inclusion affects a company's bottom line and ways companies can incorporate diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

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Anti-Harassment Training that Actually Engages Employees

Hearing the words, “anti-harassment training,” can inspire a collective cringe and eye roll from employees. While these trainings are necessary to promote workplace awareness and safety, it’s not surprising that very few employees are excited to sit through mandatory sessions. Many employers view these trainings as a necessary burden, but...

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Onboarding and Engagement: HR’s Favorite Power Couple

It’s no secret by now that a new hire’s first days on the job are crucial for their career at their new company. The onboarding process gives them time to learn the ins and outs of an organization and understand their role within the company. The company culture and commitment...

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Is Fast Work More Productive Work?

When looking at performance, it can be easy to get caught up in the numbers. Did an employee meet quotas for number of calls? Did they meet the monthly requirement for units produced? Or are they falling behind when looking at the given units of performance measurement? While fast work...

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Are You Contributing to Low Morale?

At BirdDogHR we often contribute to third party websites to share our wisdom about workforce trends in the construction industry. Read our blog post, Are You Contributing to Low Morale? on the Construction Business Owner blog to learn more about engagement strategies that improve company morale. This blog post was written by Chris Lennon, our VP of Product management. Lennon has over 18 years of experience in talent management and has been quoted as an industry expert in Talent Management magazine, CLO Magazine, HR Bartender and more.

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Kick Off the New Year with a Healthy Workforce

One of the biggest New Year’s Resolutions for individuals revolves around wellness. 21% of all Americans each year resolve to lose weight. The problem with this resolution is that it doesn’t look at overall wellness. The same is true when developing a workplace wellness plan. BirdDogHR wants to offer tangible...

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You Need To Test Your Employee Engagement Program. Here’s Why.

BirdDogHR contributed an article on HR.com entitled You Need to Test Your Employee Engagement Program. Here’s Why. In this article, VP of Product, Chris Lennon, explores why HR teams need evidence-based employee engagement programs, the top-rated testing methods and how to get started. We also answered the questions: "Who should be included in employee engagement testing?" and "What should companies do with the information they gather in the testing?"

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Recognize Employees the Way They Want to Be Recognized

Employee engagement is important, and one of the best ways to develop engaged employees is to recognize the work they do and reward that behavior. When employee recognition becomes a priority, employees feel like their work is important and it encourages employees to continue making valuable contributions or even improve...

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