Rewarding the Road Warrior: What Businesses Can Do to Recognize Employees Who Are ‘On the Road Again’
“On the road again
Goin’ places that I’ve never been
Seein’ things that I may never see again
And I can’t wait to get on the road again…”
Or can they?
The debate continues over whether business travel, which was almost completed halted by the pandemic, will ever resume.
We’re all stuck at home and it’s too cold to take a walk outside. Some of our gyms are off-limits right now and not all of us have access to at-home gym equipment. BUT, we all need to burn off those holiday treats!
Maintaining a healthy and engaged workforce is hard enough during flu season, but managing this during a pandemic can create even more obstacles for companies. Read More
As companies are planning to build business back up during this strenuous time, it is critical to think strategically and consider a few best practices to reopen and gain customer confidence and employee comfort in the months to come. Read More
Every August, National Wellness Month focuses on promoting self-care, managing stress and maintaining healthy routines. Having a work culture centered around wellness is critical: employees are much less productive and more likely to miss work if they are frequently sick or under the weather.
Memorial Day is a week away, bringing with it the unofficial start of summer. As the days grow longer and the sun shines brighter, many offices are struck with seemingly incurable cases of “spring fever”, making it difficult to keep employees motivated, engaged and productive. Read More
Culture is probably a word you hear more often than imagined. However, with the ever-growing millennial generation in the workforce, culture is also the most important word you’ll want to master.
Why is this so crucial? In the past year, the sheer number of millennials surpassed any other generational group, leading to both the economy and the workforce highly dependent on this group. If millennials are continually disengaged in their work and projects, the company will suffer. Read More
In today’s current economy, employees and most importantly supervisors and executives need to prepare themselves to adapt successfully to a rapidly changing business environment. Globalism, technology, sociopolitical and demographic changes are influencing the way businesses operate in the future. Companies who still follow antiquated and outdated business models without looking at the bigger picture of the ever-growing market or younger generation are bound to fail. Read More