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Learn about the latest in employee engagement within various industries. This week’s influential authors look at the many ways workplace culture affects engagement and how it can strengthen a corporate workforce.

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1. Employee Engagement and the New Employee Experience

TLNT – This is a great article talking about how the employee’s experience working at a company will affect engagement. Read More

2. Employee Engagement: How To Appreciate, Motivate and Engage Your Workforce

Smallville – Eight steps for companies to create their own culture of engagement and improve the team’s morale. Read More

3. Knowledge Sharing – The Key to Employee Engagement

Smarp – Somethings are absolutely vital for engagement to happen. Read More

4. The Summer Friday Is The New ‘It’ Perk Among Employers

Forbes –  No one is crushing it at their job Friday afternoon anyway. Might as well turn it into a perk. Read More

5. Successful Leaders Cultivate Accountable Employees

Inc – Do you want a successful work environment? Cultivate accountability. Read More

6. Management : Emotional Drivers of Employee Engagement Infographic

InfographicNow – If you want better communication you need to encourage certain emotional states in the workplace. Read More

7. Management : Employee Engagement Communication

InfographicNow – This is what good communication should look like in the workplace. Read More

8. How Engaged Employees Can Improve Your Recruitment Program in 3 Key Ways

Recruiting Times – Bet you never thought that engaged employees could help with recruitment. Read More

9. Creating Great Employee Experiences Is the Key to Unlock the Competitive Advantage of Any Business

Service Futures – It’s hard for employees to feel engaged when they have a bad work experience. Read More

10. Tech Company Cultures are Not All the Same

Culture AMP – Not every tech company has to follow the Silicon Valley ping pong table trope. Read More


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