We hope you’re having a wonderful Labor Day weekend! Time off is essential for everyone to recharge. A well-designed workspace can also have a positive impact on people’s well-being. Discover how office design impacts employees, and ways you can make yours into a healthy environment. It’s also essential that all workers feel safe and comfortable at work — learn more about how to support transgender rights at your company. Have you heard about “Quiet Quitting”? It could have a serious impact on your organization, so find out what it is and how to combat it. Small business owners will also want to take a look at our guide to choosing the best HR software to save time and money and streamline operations.
Small Business and HR Compliance dates this week:
Labor Day: Take time to recognize the American labor movement and the work and contributions of laborers to the United States’ development and achievements
International Day of Charity: Learn how you can get involved and give back to your community on this #DayOfCharity
Read a Book Day: This day invites all of us to grab a book we might enjoy and spend the day reading
9/11 — National Day of Service and Remembrance: Consider allowing your employees to take part in a volunteer opportunity — to transform the anniversary of 9/11 from a day of tragedy into a day of doing good
Is quiet quitting really a thing? Yes, and it is insidious. Here is what you need to know to help keep your employees happy and engaged.
Quiet Quitting: What It Is and How to Combat It
Quiet quitting is when employees do the bare minimum. They show up, they perform assigned, expected tasks, and then they go home. Without motivation to excel or exceed expectations, many employees are simply collecting paychecks. They do not want to get fired, but have no desire to do any extra work, stay late, and are even unmotivated to help the company meet goals.
Find out how to identify and prevent quiet quitting among your workers.
Discover how to conduct employee benefits satisfaction surveys to find out what workers need, make feasible adjustments, and help retain staff.
Best Questions to Put in Your Employee Benefits Satisfaction Survey for 2022
Employees often have unique preferences and needs regarding benefits. For example, some may prioritize flexibility over career development opportunities. If your employees aren’t happy with their benefits, it increases the chances of them accepting a stronger offer from your competitor. You can prevent this by conducting employee benefits satisfaction surveys and making adjustments based on the results. We’ll show you how.
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A well-designed workspace can lead to healthier, less stressed, and more productive workers. Find out how to create a healthy office where staff members love to work.
How Office Design Impacts Employee Well-being
Most people might think of employee well-being as a blend of work-life balance, engagement, satisfaction, and benefits. But that’s not all that it entails. Even office design has a role to play in employee well-being. A well-designed workspace can lead to healthier, less stressed, and more productive workers. Discover ways to boost your office design to have a positive impact on your employees’ well-being.
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Are You Getting a Return on Your Investment in Employee Training?
Businesses don’t always know if the employee training they’ve invested in will produce the results they want. Employee training can be a remedy for an organization’s talent shortfalls by boosting engagement and, in turn, boosting retention. But training can be a costly investment for many SMBs. SMBs must weigh the benefits of training against time and money to get a return on investment. Find out how to accomplish this.
The HR software market is expected to pass $10 billion by 2022; however, not every platform has the features your team needs.
Small Business Owner’s Guide to Choosing HR Software
From new hire training to payroll, performance reviews to exit interviews, HR isn’t an easy job. Thankfully, several software tools on the market today make HR’s job easier and more efficient. However, choosing 1 can be daunting. We look at some of the top HR software tools and compare and contrast the features of each option. Read this review to ensure you select the perfect software for your team.
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Discover tips and a checklist for applying People Operations principles to boost employee well-being.
Download The People Operations Guide and Checklist for Employee Well-being
How can employers start putting their employees first and prioritizing their well-being? They can apply People Operations principles.
In the People Operations Guide and Checklist for Employee Well-Being, you’ll find guidance on:
- Offering tools that make employees’ jobs easier
- Allowing flexible work arrangements
- Understanding and driving employee motivation
- And more