The Right Way to Ask Your Employees for Feedback

A good employee engagement strategy can help you improve your overall employer brand, and getting employees to review your company can do wonders for your brand. But how do you know when to encourage employee feedback? For example, how do you communicate with managers versus interns, or new hires versus tenured employees? In our Employee Engagement…

Advice from 2018 Best Places to Work Winning Companies

A spot on Glassdoor’s annual Best Places to Work list is a tremendous achievement. After all, employees decide which companies make the list. So what, exactly, do the winners share in common that inspire such enthusiasm and pride? To find out, we spoke to six Best Places to Work winners. Here’s what they had to…

The 4 Cornerstones of Employee Retention

A company’s profitability is directly linked to the retention of key performers. Leadership relies upon consistent team member performance to better serve customers, create and sell products, deliver services, write code, build relationships and complete many other initiatives that keep operations chugging along and profitable. It is, therefore, inevitable that performance consistency will be disrupted…

How a Flatter Structure May Benefit Your Company

Many companies tout a more open culture, where the layers between senior management and the front lines are minimal. In some of these organizations, the harmonious tone between and among employees and top leadership cultivates trust and transparency. In other organizations, however, the hierarchical layers remain in full force, often times weakening communications, dampening trust…