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Karen Abbott

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Employee engagement: Rule #4 - Reward them

Posted by Karen Abbott on 13-Jun-2016 11:00:00

 

"People work for money but go the extra mile for recognition, praise and rewards." - Dale Carnegie, Leadership Training Guru

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Topics: Employee retention, Employee engagement, Employee App

A Glimpse of our Video 'Awesomeness'

Posted by Karen Abbott on 16-Feb-2016 13:51:29

We love getting together to create amazing workplace videos, whether it's interactive training, health and safety or promotional videos to set you apart from the rest. 

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Topics: Training and development, Video Production

Love Business '16 - Newsvine Report

Posted by Karen Abbott on 16-Feb-2016 11:49:54

We had a great time at the Love Business event recently, thanks to everyone who talked to us on camera.

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Topics: Workforce communication, Employee engagement, Employee App

The 3 C's of employee engagement

Posted by Karen Abbott on 10-Feb-2016 13:30:12

Last week we began a series on employee engagement, where we identified the CIPD’s ‘mutual gains’ definition as encompassing:

Employment engagement proposes a ‘mutual gains’ employment relationship, creating a win-win for employees and their employers. It’s usually seen as an internal state of being, both physical, mental and emotional, but many also view it as encompassing behaviour and in particular work effort.”

So, what are the 3 C's of employee engagement?

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Topics: Employee retention, Workforce communication, Employee engagement, Training and development, Employee App

Welcome to Workvine

Posted by Karen Abbott on 13-Jan-2016 12:33:26

25 years working with employers, we kept hearing the same thing time and time again. Employers want to retain staff, they want the best people and they want their employees to love coming to work.  Likewise, employees want to be listened to, communicated with and trained to do their jobs well. Employee engagement is a phrase we hear all too often these days, and we all know we should be doing it. But are we, really?

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Topics: Employee retention, Workforce communication, Workforce training, Employee engagement, Training and development, Employee App