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New study: Germany's employees are dissatisfied 
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A new study by a Danish start-up has revealed dissatisfaction among Germans. Compared to Scandinavian countries, Great Britain and the USA, they would recommend their employer less frequently. This result was measured using a new method.


Study thanks to learning algorithms

The survey shows one peculiarity in comparison to conventional studies: The survey was not only carried out on a random day of the year, but continuously. In contrast to annual rounds of questions, the young Danish company Peakon focuses on modern solutions: During the survey, the employees interacted with a...

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2019 Hiring Outlook: The Employee Experience
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A report was released about the 2019 Hiring Outlook and the main topic of interest was employee experience. The main details being the 4 different ways that can be used to attract, engage and retain employees in your firm in the current competitive market.

In this article you will get insight into some of the factors that impact the employee engagement greatly and their general well-being. This is all with an aim to assist the employer to have an easy navigation through today’s market. There is a very competitive job market for employers, and the hiring outlook will offer some of...

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The Emerging Power of the Employees
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Concerning the employer side, the opinion of one's employees is increasingly gaining popularity and value. How essential are the applicants to the negative employee ratings on your employer review portal and to what extent do they affect your organisation's reputation and employee development? The Rundstedt’s career and outplacement consulting recently identified this in its representative Talents and Trends survey.

According to the Von Rundstedt study, more and more young talents or job seekers base their decision for an employer on the comments in review...

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Practical Advice
How to Boost Productivity and Improve Retention with No-Cost Employee Incentives
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Money isn’t the only way to motivate employees. More staffers want recognition and incentives. Keeping your workforce motivated and loyal is essential to running a thriving business. If your employees feel undervalued and overworked, they are going to slow down their efficiency. 

The right kind of employee incentives can make a world of difference in your overall productivity. Proper incentives offer real value and produce efficient staffers and more so, loyal ones. 

However, employee incentives can get very costly quickly. Herein are smart ways to give your employees...

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Advantages of Benefits Plans to Both the Employer and the Employees
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There are numerous advantages of providing employees benefits plans. Both the employee and the employer stand to benefit from the additional services given to employees. The employers get to retain their most skilled employees and attract new employees in this competitive job sector. Employers who provide their employees with limited benefits plan will end up losing their skilled employees and very few new employees will want to work for them. 

The employee benefits do not need to be expensive non-wages compensations such as expensive cars, paid vacations, or medical covers. A simple...

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Employee Engagement Essentials – How to Get Dedicated Staff
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According to the Office of National Statistics, the UK's employment rates reached an all-time high in March 2018, so it's vital to retain talented employees. Boosting employee engagement can be the key to encouraging staff to stay – but how can you do this?


Show Staff That They Matter

Your employees will feel more engaged if they know their work makes a difference, and that their efforts have been noted and appreciated. For example, setting clear, interconnected company, department, team and individual goals will help staff members to see how important their...

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A Guide to Build A Successful Employee Onboarding Program
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An onboarding program is a blueprint for the success of your employees and your company. Effective onboarding not only helps your employees to learn the skills necessary to undertake their responsibilities, but also learn to become productive team members. Onboarding can also help increase retention rate and productivity in new hires

A recent study found that 17 % of employees quit within the first six months due to insufficient onboarding or no onboarding at all. The same study showed that an effective onboarding program increases employee performance by up to 11%. Here...

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Lunch Break Should Be Sacred
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As the world continues to move fast more and more people are shunning the lunch break to seek economic prosperity. However, all human resource departments should encourage their employees to go for the vital lunch break. It is not surprising to find people hurdled on their computer screens during the lunch break while eating simple take out like fries and sandwiches. In fact, research has shown that only one in five American employees goes for lunch breaks. This is a true depiction that most Americans do not eat lunch or take the full hour to break for lunch. Research done by the BBC...

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Benefits That Employees Really Want
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Are you thinking about advertising for a job vacancy that needs filling? Employee’s benefits should be one of the factors to consider. While many employers offer attractive salaries, employees still need perks that would make their job more comfortable and stay motivated. Below are some of the benefits that employees really want. 


Health Cover

One of the basic perks that employees look at when going through a job advertisement is the availability of medical insurance. No employee wants to incur his or her costs by falling sick or suffering an injury while at work. As an...

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