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Understanding Employee Culture - Ways to Reengage Your Employees

Topic:
Understanding Employee Culture - Ways to Reengage Your Employees
Date:
October 29, 2012 at 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Andy Greider, Consultant(Eagle Recognition)
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Description
If you are in HR, you understand how hard it is to keep your best employees, motivate and engage your employees and get them involved in their own (and the company’s) improvement. You also might be perplexed because what used to work, doesn't seem to anymore, and the big question is - what do you do now?

According to Right Management – 60% of employees say they will look for a new job when the economy improves. Met Life Benefits Survey says 36% of employees say they expect to be in a new job in the next year; that is 10 percentage points higher than a year ago. That means 1 out of 3 employees you have NOW, expect to be somewhere else next year. The same survey said only 47% of employees feel a sense of loyalty to their employer. Just 33% think their employer has any loyalty to them. Both figures are the lowest numbers in the history of this study. Even if they stick around, 30% or thereabouts are not engaged on any level at all.

We'd like to share some ways in which you can re-engage your employees and begin a culture shift in your organization that will have a dramatic impact on your employees, on their mental and physical health, and on their immersion back into the company culture. We want to help you help your company and your employees reverse this trend within your company. Join our presentation today to learn new ways to increase employee engagement from onboarding through to retirement – helping to keep more quality people in your company and decrease your turnover ratio.
Who Should Participate
Anyone in HR who wants to help improve their company culture, who understands we're at a new juncture in the employer-employee relationship and isn't sure what to do about it - or who isn't convinced and needs some empirical evidence that things are changing and then wants solutions as to what can be done.
What You Will Learn
- What the facts are surrounding employee engagement - taken from this year'sindustry leading studies - What employees want from their management - How your rewards program can merge with other programs and bring the employees a deeper, stronger sense of involvement.
Recommended Resources
www.relaxhr.com
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Benefits
Work-Life Programs and Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs)
Healthcare/Wellness
Employee Wellness
Rewards and Recognition
Social Media And Employee Communications
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Andy Greider
Eagle Recognition

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Eagle Recognition
Eagle Recognition offers exceptional value in employee recognition awards programs, including service awards, safety awards and sales incentive programs. Some of Eagle Recognition's capabilities are web-based ordering/administration, 21 budget levels ranging from $30-$2,000 and program customization
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