Target. Equifax. Whole Foods. By now, it should come as no surprise that the private data of Americans is at great risk. But, what you might not know, is up to 50% of identity theft originates at an employee’s place of business. As a result of greed, malice or just plain carelessness, around half of victims had their identities stolen when they were simply trying to do their job. While a company’s first reaction might be to beef up their IT department and issue new security protocols – and they should – this fails to address the entire issue. To be certain your employees’ personal data is as secure as possible, you must also boost employee engagement.Read More >>
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We’ll be discussing the issues that matter most to your company – like leading vs. lagging indicators, as well as designing and implementing an OSHA-compliant safety incentive. If you’re ready to sign up now, just click here! Want a little more info first? No problem, keep on reading.
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Over the past few years, you’ve probably heard a lot about the power of gamification. High-profile articles by Entrepreneur, Forbes, and even The Guardian have all praised gamification’s ability to improve workforces around the globe. Still, a number of employers question whether this approach actually works when it comes to engaging employees. Today’s article addresses this very question.Read More >>
A Tale of Two Doctors
They both went to medical school. They both graduated top of their class. They’re both respected by their peers and community. But, only one successfully identified a rare condition in the same patient. The other doctor failed to diagnose an illness that could have cost the patient her life.
It wasn’t because one was smarter than the other or went to a better school or even because one cares more about their patients. The reason for the misdiagnoses in this case was simple – one doctor wasn’t as engaged.Read More >>