Finance News & Insights

Do employers take hourly workers for granted? 3 ways to prevent engagement problems

The turnover rate among hourly workers is a whooping 49% on average, according to some research. When turnover is that high, it almost always means engagement is precipitously low. [Read more…]

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The Finance staff that cries together …

Now here’s a novel approach for building engagement among Finance team members.   [Read more…]

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Are you aware of how change is affecting your employees?

Change is hard. Everybody knows that. But a new survey says top-level execs don’t seem to recognize just how much strain change is  putting on their employees.   [Read more…]

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10 proven ways to bolster employee engagement

From greater productivity to lower health costs, there’s no shortage of research on the upside of having highly engaged employees. But how do managers keep their workers engaged? [Read more…]

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7 in 10 finance staffers would rather be anywhere than at work

June may be the peak of wedding season, but we’re focusing on “engagement” of another kind – as in how gung-ho employees are about their jobs. [Read more…]

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Your lowest performing employees may be the happiest

Are employers really holding its staffers accountable for their performance? [Read more…]

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How to hold less boring meetings

No matter the department — accounting, sales, marketing, you name it — meetings often elicit eye-rolls and headaches from employees. What’s the culprit? [Read more…]

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10 question micro-audit for your wellness program

Finance chiefs want to know the Return on Investment (ROI) of each and every initiative the company rolls out. But when it comes to wellness, the ROI isn’t so easy to calculate. [Read more…]

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Promotions without pay: Dark side of common tactic

When a hard-working employee proves he or she can take on added responsibility, many companies opt to upgrade the worker’s position without upgrading the paycheck. [Read more…]

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