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#RedBranchWeekly: 3 Simple Ways Leaders Can Boost Employee Engagement

By Alison Wurth:

HR managers are always looking for ways to improve employee engagement. Engaged employees are happier, more productive and ultimately create more resilient organizations. What’s more, engaged employees are more likely to describe their company as a great place to work. That makes it more likely for a company to attract other bright and engaged employees.

Great leaders inspire and motivate those around them to do their best. Think of the way some companies rally around their leaders. From Steve Jobs to Sheryl Sandberg, these people are seen as an inspiration to their organization. Employee engagement must come from the leadership level – plain and simple. In this #RedBranchWeekly, our partners share their tips to help leaders promote engagement and make for a healthier and more productive workplace.

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Caliper Corp: How Promoting Employee Happiness Benefits Everyone

Meeting about Employee Engagement Did you know companies with happy employees outperform their competitors by 20%? That’s pretty incredible. But, not every company is able to hire a Head of Employee Experience to ensure their team is happy. The people at Caliper Corp have put together easy ways to work on your employee’s happiness including asking your employees for suggestions! What better way is there to improve someone’s happiness than to simply ask them what would make them happy? Read on for the rest of their suggestions.

#RedBranchWeekly: Companies with happy employees outperform their competitors by 20%. @CaliperCorp has easy ways to improve your team's happiness & #EmployeeEngagement: Click To Tweet

Hyphen: The Importance of People Analytics: How to Improve Engagement

Engaged employees having funThe people at Hyphen truly know the ins and outs of employee engagement. And in their eyes, employee engagement means collecting people analytics through continuous engagement strategies. That way, you have real, tangible data on how your employees think and work. In this article, they have a plethora of employee engagement stats that you simply cannot ignore if you want to improve engagement at your organization. Think you can ignore this one? Wrong.

#RedBranchWeekly: 70% of employees say they aren’t engaged at work. @HyphenApp has the stats you need to boost your #EmployeeEngagement with #PeopleAnalytics: Click To Tweet

Oleeo: Recruiting Events to Be Inspired by in 2019

Engagement at HR conferenceIf you truly want to improve your team’s engagement, you need the latest knowledge, tools and influence from others in your field. The best way to do that? Conferences. I know, you either love them or hate them. Oleeo has compiled a solid list of conferences, their focus, and when they are happening. These are the ones that are worth the trip. We promise.

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