Why can’t most of us can’t keep our new year’s resolutions? CorporateRewards explores some of the most common reasons business goals and resolutions are never achieved inside and out of the workplace.
Month: December 2014
A lot has been written about the importance of having a great workplace culture, but what does a great culture look like? Perks, great snacks, and funky office decorations aside, there are much more important fundamentals that must be in place to build a positive environment where employees can be at their most productive and engaged.
If you read today’s business headlines it’s easy to panic. Only 30% of the US workforce is engaged! Turnover costs are running wild! There is a war for talent! Let’s all stop and take a deep breath. It’s hard to believe that the American workforce has suddenly transformed into a bunch of job-hopping, apathetic freeloaders, …
Like any relationship, the one you have with your boss, your job, and your company will likely have its ups and downs. You might feel really great after getting a raise or promotion, but then come down again when your favorite co-worker leaves or you receive an undesirable project. There are some things you have no control over at work, but if you generally like your job and feel it’s worth holding on to, taking charge of your own behavior and engagement as an employee is the best way to turn things around.