It's no secret by now that a disengaged workforce is something you wouldn't want to have. After all, having disengaged employees can cause damages to your organization—such as lack of productivity, failure to meet business goals, and negative customer experiences.
"In a world where money is no longer the primary motivating factor for employees, focusing on the employee experience is the most promising competitive advantage that organizations can create." These words are from Jacob Morgan, a best-selling author, keynote speaker,
Employee engagement is the key to employee performance. And employee development is a great investment to engage and retain your employees. However, to fully reap the benefits of your employee development programs, they have to be one thing—engaging. That's right.
With the strict need for less mobilization, while the pandemic is ongoing, remote working is one of the best solutions for your employees. And this doesn't just comply with government directives but also brings various benefits to your organization. Studies
Work is a major part of life. A working person works an average of 8 hours per day. And that's not counting the time an individual spends preparing and getting to work, and the excess time they spend for overtimes.
Effective employee onboarding is important. That's why, on a previous blog post, we discussed why you should use e-learning for your onboarding. So, you've decided: why not give it a try? But, just like how you make your training programs