What do social norms have to do with engagement?

What do social norms have to do with engagement?

What do social norms have to do with engagement? Which statement is more likely to elicit excitement?   85% of colleagues have signed up for the wellness program!  Don’t be the 15% who haven’t signed up yet!   If your answer is #1, there’s a reason for that.  What are...
How to respond to ‘quiet quitting’ at work

How to respond to ‘quiet quitting’ at work

How to respond to ‘quiet quitting’ at work What is quiet quitting? Leave it to TikTok to bring the latest catchphrase to the forefront of every headline — quiet quitting. It sounds like people are leaving their jobs without notifying anyone, right?...
3 ways to increase use of employee benefits

3 ways to increase use of employee benefits

3 ways to increase use of employee benefits When it comes to benefits, employers are seeing the weight a thoughtful, comprehensive employee benefits strategy can carry as we navigate the Great Resignation and competitive landscape. Employee benefits are a way for...
10 things to look for in a wellness program

10 things to look for in a wellness program

10 things to look for in a wellness program If your employees aren’t benefitting from a wellness program, stop right now and ask yourself why? Is it because you haven’t found the right fit? Haven’t considered it at all? As a digital wellbeing solution that provides a...
Flexibility is the new “office perk”

Flexibility is the new “office perk”

Flexibility is the new “office perk” Ping-pong tables and kitchen snacks are out — work flexibility and freedom are in! Long gone are the days of touting a cool game room or extra sweets around the office. Open up any job description, and pluses include...