employee engagement and feedback

13 Startling Facts to Know About Employee Engagement and Feedback

  • June 19, 2014
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Employee engagement is a concept that has been around for a very long time, some say since the 1920s. Even as the critical importance of engagement in the productivity, satisfaction and retention of employees is understood, it is an issue many organizations struggle with, and one that companies are building products and processes to solve. While […]

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5 Lessons on The Power of Daily Routines

  • May 29, 2014
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Setting goals is a good way for anyone to figure out what they want and the best ways to achieve. When you commit to something, be it one goal or an entire week’s focus, you’re more likely to achieve success. For many, setting short-term goals and areas of focus brings more lasting, long-term success. Small […]

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Featured Post: Adobe’s ‘Check-In’ Facilitates Employee Growth, Leadership & Talent Development

  • April 07, 2014
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A new and innovative approach in human resources The importance of remaining engaged at work, developing talent and being positively connected to managers and peers, are values which are being actively embraced in today’s workplace – and ones we firmly support at TalentCove.  It therefor makes sense to apply these values to performance evaluation and […]

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Are You Giving Your Employees Reasons to Stay?

  • March 20, 2014
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A leading issue companies are facing in the changing world of work is employee retention. While some turnover is inevitable, there are steps you can take to help employees stay engaged and happy at work. Today we’ll be sharing some best practices for retaining your top talent, but first let’s look at some data. One […]

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7 Tips on How to Improve Your Relationship with Your Boss

  • March 03, 2014
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Most career experts would agree that your relationship with your boss can have a great impact on your career and your well-being. Many bosses are not as aware of what people are accomplishing. If up to 75% of workers said the most stressful aspect of their job is their immediate boss, as noted in this […]

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