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Promoting Workplace Culture Through Employee Engagement

In a previous post, we talked about how defining a positive company culture directly impacts your team’s well-being and, therefore, the overall success of your organization. The natural progression is now to discuss how to promote this culture to leverage the benefits across all parts of the company.

Employee engagement is not merely a buzzword but a powerful catalyst that, when harnessed effectively, can propel the creation and sustenance of a positive company culture. True engagement goes beyond routine tasks like group emails or team meetings and taps into the emotional commitment and enthusiasm of employees. When employees feel a sense of purpose, connection, and genuine interest in their work, they become active contributors to the vibrant tapestry of the company culture. Let’s quickly explore a few important tenets to consider when you evaluate how engaged your employees are.

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Developing Your Company Culture

While running a successful and growing business, business owners, executives, and the human resources team are constantly pulled in many directions. For the company to survive expansion, building a team that can be trusted when work needs to be delegated is crucial. Sometimes, leaders can struggle with finding the right people to add to the team, and when they do bring on new team members, they want to ensure they understand the company and stay engaged with its goals. One of the best ways to help with these processes is to clearly define a workplace culture. Defining and developing a positive workplace culture will directly impact your team’s well-being and, therefore, the overall success of your organization.

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The Importance of Having a Healthy Work-Life Balance

Are you and your teams overloaded? Study results across 11 countries revealed that 53% of managers and 48% of employees feel burnt out from their job. Achieving a healthy work-life balance is key to beating burnout. It can also maximize productivity, make managers more effective, directly impact employee health, and reduce sick days and absenteeism.

If managers and teams pull long hours, take work home, and neglect their personal lives, this can have serious repercussions.

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Health Stories to Watch in 2023

Did you know that 80% of survey respondents worry about receiving access to medical care?

The last few years have seen a lot of upheaval in the health industry, ranging from abortion bans to rising care costs. These issues are still ongoing in 2023, and new health stories have emerged that may affect millions of Americans.

Keep your finger on the pulse and continue reading to learn more about the leading health stories to watch in 2023.

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How Do Benefits Affect Turnover and the Great Resignation

The modern design of the American employee is evolving. It’s shifting to focus on basic needs, perhaps the way it always should have been. Enter year two of the pandemic. The safety of the average employee is getting to where it should be: at the top, in the front view, and considered with every decision. Many experts agree that a mass exodus (coined the Great Resignation), of working people, comes from a tiring experience of being unheard for so long.

Staff retention is not as complex as many businesses perceive it to be. When you provide the basic needs that your staff deserves, they know that someone is looking out for them. Investing in your staff is investing in employee retention. 

One of the best ways to show your staff that you’re invested in them is to make sure that your business is offering healthcare. Let’s break down the current scope of business owner benefit consulting.

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How to Talk With Your Employees About Mental Health

Have you noticed more employees struggling with mental health? In the fourth quarter of 2020, Gartner, Inc. surveyed over 5,000 employees. They found a 29 percent self-described rate of depression in the workforce. Participants described the COVID-19 pandemic as the main cause.

There is no doubt that poor employee mental health impacts many aspects of your business. But what’s the best approach to having a conversation about mental health for employees? Keep reading to find strategies to open communication with your workers.

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