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Hello Everyone!! I am a fresher making my foray into the HR corporate world. In my company I'm the only HR. As a part of the employee engagement activity, we will be having a competition among employees. Previously, there weren't a lot of activities taking place. So after such a long time, we have an activity held, and the staff is quite excited. The competition is about which employee introduces our company best. Also he/she has to add which is the best part about working here. Can someone suggest better ideas of how I could make this better! It is up for tomorrow, prompt responses would really be appreciated. Thanks!
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Employee engagement is not an exact science. So far, the whole concept has been built on HR experience, positive psychology and business models that engage a company’s talent towards a productive culture of success.
In today’s economy, you’re building your company brand both through external as well as internal efforts. Playing two battlefields at the same time can prove to be tricky, that’s why some companies decide to focus their resources only on the external branding front. Meanwhile, they neglect their internal environment, failing to provide an engaging, challenging and appealing workplace.
1. Assign company values
2. Have teams create their own set of values
3. Encourage personal projects
4. Assign a buddy/mentor for every newcomer
5. Have themed office days
6. Have team photos
7. Encourage charity
8. Encourage volunteering
9. Raise salaries
10. Remind people your company’s mission and values
11. Recognize and encourage innovation
12. Celebrate achievements
13. Celebrate people
14. Give and receive feedback
15. Try some unusual employee engagement ideas
Employee Engagement is largely dependent upon company culture. Companies spend on improving the external surroundings for the employees but they don’t think about what internally motivates them. Here are a few ways to engage your employees inherently:
Communicating your expectations
Transparent employee promotion process.
Aligning employee goals with business objectives
Introducing formal mentoring programs.
Employee engagement surveys
Employee development through skill training.
Rewards and recognition through instant appreciation
Continuous feedback on their progress.
These strategies could only be implemented if we transform our company culture. because if we have certain expectations from employees, then we must ensure our company culture reflects them first.
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