Articles

  • January 16, 2019
    Organizations are often concerned that their employees have too much to do  in too little time. However, the opposite situation—idle time—is rarely given attention. The term idle time is used to describe segments of time at work in which employees are involuntarily unable to proceed with their work tasks. This can be due to slow periods ...
  • January 16, 2019
    Investing in Your Employees is the Smartest Business Decision You Can Make Richard Branson put it best: Customers come second, employees first. It’s a philosophy that brings unexpected benefits to both the company and its clients. What is Employee Engagement: It’s one of those things that we all knew but didn’t quite have enough data to paint ...
  • January 16, 2019
    Corporations with high employee engagement perform better than companies whose employees are not by over 200%. When employees are engaged at work, they feel a connection with the company. They believe that the work they’re doing is important and therefore work harder. According to Gallup, the lack of employee engagement costs American businesses anywhere from $450 billion ...
  • January 16, 2019
    Employee Productivity a matter of serious concern!! For years, employers have despaired over Gallup’s dismal engagement data. The organization’s 2017 “State of the Global Workplace” report revealed that a whopping 85 percent of employees aren’t engaged — or are actively disengaged. The cost to businesses? A cool $7 trillion in lost productivity each year. In response, employers ...