The rise of remote and hybrid workplaces means business owners are faced with the challenge of maintaining their culture and managing performance. It is important for employers to adapt their business strategies while not losing site of employee engagement levels.
Explore the role of employee engagement surveys in boosting productivity, workplace culture, retention, and employee satisfaction in your organisation.
Employee burnout has become a critical concern for many organisations, particularly in the current climate of high-stress work environment. When employees are burnt out, they are more likely to make mistakes, miss deadlines and become disengaged from their work.
Employers often seek external HR providers to assist in the management their workforce. However, if the provider’s values do not align with the employer’s values, it can have disastrous consequences.
As we examined in a previous Akyra blog, employee surveys (e.g. Akyra’s HR SnapShot) can provide valuable insights into the experiences, needs and concerns of employees. This week, we take a look at the potential costs and consequences of ignoring employee feedback from survey findings and discuss the importance of regularly collecting and acting on this information.
An employee engagement survey is an organisational tool that seeks to measure whether your employees are engaged in their work. Not only this, but it acts as an invitation for your employees to share their pain points anonymously and provides management with information they may not have been aware of.
You may have recently come across the term ‘quiet quitting’, which refers to when an employee does the absolute minimum at work in order to keep their job. While a range of factors can cause a worker to become a ‘quiet quitter’, the problem is actually one of employee disengagement which can have a major impact on your business.