Human Resource Management

Continuous Employee Engagement: The Real-time Difference

Provided by HighGround

Category Human Resource Management

Type E-Book

Length 19

Publish Date April 14 2016

Date posted April 15 2016

Overview

The current norms of employee recognition, performance and engagement are outdated:

- The once-a-year performance review
- An annual engagement survey
- One-time perks such as a free lunch
- The annual employee anniversary or happy hour

While these aren’t necessarily wrong, they need to be updated to fall in line with what people today expect from work.

Everything in our lives is getting closer to real time, and it’s time for talent management to make the transition, too. To give you a reasonable starting point, we suggest you focus on four key areas that you can begin improving on right away. Read this eBook to learn how to start continuously engaging your employees.

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