If you read this blog on a regular basis, you probably care about issues like employee engagement. On Friday, April 10, we’ll be talking about strategies to improve employee engagement and hope you’ll join us at #kronoschat. We’ll be talking about the results of our latest employee survey, and specifically what employees say makes them feel more engaged at work. You may want to check out this blog post in advance to see highlights of our research. We’d love for you to join us and let us know what you do to create a culture that attracts and retains great people.
If you haven’t joined a tweetchat before, it’s simple. You can follow the chat via the hashtag #kronoschat. You can also log into tweetchat.com and use our hashtag, #kronoschat to join the conversation.
Here are the deets:
Here are the questions we’ll be posing. Please add your point of view to this conversation!
Q1: Not appreciated = not engaged. Money aside, what are the best ways to show employee appreciation and keep engagement high?
Q2: 61% of employees have thought about searching for a new job in last year. How can orgs avoid the grass-is-greener thinking?
Q3: 40% of those surveyed said a pay raise only boosted their motivation for 6 months or less. Why are raises quickly forgotten?
Q4: “Thank You” can be underestimated or forgotten. What strategies can orgs use to create a culture of gratitude?
Q5: Not recognizing employees work is cited as #1 way to bring them down. What are effective ways to recognize work that’s done?
Q6: For the job where you’ve felt the most appreciation, how did a manager/co-workers/company recognize your efforts?
Q7: How important is it that C-level executives lead by example? Are there famous stories of execs who do it right?
Q8: How does remote work and increasing reliance on virtual conversations impact strategies for employee appreciation?