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Who Is Responsible for Employee Engagement?

What are your thoughts? The article “Employee Engagement is a Two-Way Street” suggests that this really falls on the shoulders of the employees to engage themselves?? Yes, employees do have to accept some responsibility for their own engagement yet there are many, many external factors beyond their control that will affect their engagement levels. I do agree they should commit to ongoing development of their skills and knowledge, as the article points out and growth...

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What Does An Engaged Workplace Look Like

An article by our partner Michael Zroback "What does an engaged workplace look like? It’s an interesting question. If you walked into an unfamiliar workplace, would you be able to ascertain within a short time whether or not the employees were engaged employees? What clues would you look for? How would you know? Firstly, you could just listen…. and hear the sounds of the workplace. Do you hear a busy ‘hum’ - the muted sounds...

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Importance of Training, Professional Development, and Growth

The importance of training and growth for Professional Development

Earlier this week we shared a post on HR concerns that revealed employees often value professional development over pay. This was a concern as some employees may not be getting the training opportunities they desire for various reasons which include: too expensive, planning/scheduling, conflicts, etc. In the post, it was stated that 39 per cent of Canadian employees would take a pay cut at another organization if it offered them better professional development opportunities than...

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