Gauteng, Johannesburg, October. We spend the majority of our lives at the office. Thus, finding a job that makes your working life more enjoyable, will make your life better overall; because as we know when things at work are not going great, very often those feelings filter through to the other areas in your life.
Gauteng, Johannesburg, September. On the 15th of September PLP announced that their personal assistant app, Hey Jude, is now available to SMEs. “Hey Jude is a virtual personal assistant that’s available to you any time of the day or night,” says Heino Gehle, PLP SA General Manager. “By combining sophisticated AI with a human customer interface, we can solve our client requests in real-time. SMEs can benefit greatly from Hey Jude, as this app is designed to save your business time, money and aggravation.”
There have been huge advancements in technology in recent years and this not only affects employee behaviour but it also has a significant impact on what the modern workforce expects from their employer.
Of the world’s one billion workers that are employed full-time, only 15% are actively engaged at work. This is according to a global poll conducted by Gallup, an American performance-management consulting organisation. Employee engagement is slowly increasing as it becomes more of a priority for business leaders. Here are six trends to watch for 2017.
Engaged employees are more confident and content, and they are capable of making better and more innovative decisions. With an engaged workforce you boost morale, increase productivity and improve the prospect of achieving your company’s goals. Once you have decided you want engaged staff members, follow these seven steps to ensure you have a well-planned employee engagement programme.
Do you want your business to be successful? Your foundation needs to be built on staff members who are happy, motivated and productive; staff who are engaged. By investing in an effective employee engagement programme, your company benefits in abundant ways, here are four of the most valuable.
Everyone wants to be recognised and rewarded when they work hard, and your employees are no different. A reward is a conscious way to acknowledge that their effort, behaviour and hard work has contributed to the success of the company, while also encouraging them to continue working with the same enthusiasm and passion.