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Employee Wellness in the COVID-19 Era

Two Employee Pitfalls to Anticipate and Prevent

A recent Gallup poll revealed that, historically, well-being and engagement have gone hand-in-hand; however, the current pandemic has produced a new phenomenon:  a divergence in employee well-being and employee engagement


Topics: Health & Wellness Programs, engagement

EMS Workers, Like Nurses, Feeling Fatigue — Employee Engagement Can Help

The long shifts. The missed breaks. The grumpy patients. There are many reasons why burnout and fatigue run rampant in the healthcare industry. While we’ve covered in great detail how these issues impact nurses, they aren’t the only ones taking a hit. Emergency medical services workers are also feeling fatigue in record levels.

Luckily, there are steps your organization can take to help them!


Topics: engagement, Healthcare Industry, Health care

Engaged Employees Are Your Frontline Defense Against Theft

Employee theft is not a new problem, but companies continue to look for ways to fight shrinkage and other types of loss originating from within the walls of their own businesses.

You want to believe your employees care about the company and its bottom line. In many cases, employees responsible for shrinkage and loss don’t have an idea of the affect it has on their company, or they don’t care. They may even have a distorted sense of entitlement based on the way they believe they are treated by the company, however wrong this type of thinking may be. What these employees don’t realize is that the problem is significant and it affects everyone, including their fellow employees and all consumers.


Topics: engagement, theft, Loss, pain points, shrinkage