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Learn about the latest in employee engagement within various industries. This week’s influential authors look into why organizations need to embrace employee creativity, the importance of integrating employees’ strengths into their work and the impact future technology has on collaboration and employee engagement.

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1. You Can’t Engage Employees by Copying How Other Companies Do It

Hbr.org – Engagement is based on a culture of meaning, caring, fairness, sense of purpose and authenticity that can’t be copied from another organization’s culture. Read More

2. What Job-Hopping Employees Are Looking For

Gallup.com – Though 51% of U.S. employees are considering a new job, organizations can gain better employee retention when they allow employees to use their strengths at work. Read More

3. Employee Engagement During the Holiday Season

Blog.willis.com – From well-planned holiday parties to employee philanthropy, organizations can create a positive work environment during the stressful holiday season. Read More

4.The Future Workspace: Intelligent Building Platforms and Employee Engagement

Forbes.com – New technologies in the work environment can create new opportunities for employee engagement. Read More

5. Engaging Top Talent Employee Perks Just Aren’t Enough Anymore

Talentculture.com – In order to cater to Millennials’ work-life integration, organizations need to look into collaboration tools to help foster better communication. Read More

6. Ignore Employee Engagement at Your Peril

Blogs.oracle.com – Employees that are engaged have better performance, better health and cost an organization less. Read More

7. Employee Satisfaction Data Increases Productivity by Engaging Workers

Ibmbigdatahub.com – From gathering the right data and embracing the Internet of Things, organizations can gain better analytics and insights into improving employee engagement. Read More

8. For On-Call Retail Employees, Engagement Takes Time Off

1to1media.com – Though on-call retail employees are cost effective, they lack in engagement and customer service. Read More

9. The 12 Things You Need For Successful Employee Recognition

Business2community.com – Bersin and Associates found, “Companies that scored in the top 20% for building a ‘recognition-rich culture’ actually had 31% lower voluntary turnover rates.” Read More

10. Why You Need to Avoid Conformity in Your Workplace

Inc.com – Employees need to be able to feel like themselves and have self-expression while at work in order to drive better creativity as well as engagement. Read More

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