Employee Engagement Is About To Get Much More Difficult

Employee engagement is at an all-time high while 30 million Americans are out of work. What’s that about? F1000 corporate executive and start-up CEO Jason Lauritsen shares his analysis.
 

Employee Engagement Is About To Get (A Lot) More Challenging

“Gallups recent engagement trends data is such a head-scratcher. According to their most recent data, employee engagement is at an all-time high. You read that right. All-time high. - Jason Lauritsen
 

Small Scenarios 2: The benefit that is rarely used is about to get used a lot

You need to develop an image of what happens the day that all of the critical people are busy grieving or at funerals. The 2-page paper on bereavement leave gives you a point of departure for addressing the issue in your organization. There are no answers here, just really good questions.
 

Building a Better Life and Helping Your People Do the Same

“We have been solely focused on improving the experience that people have at work…But, we have overlooked something really important. As humans, we need help living better lives and having better relationships.” - Jason Lauritsen
 

3 Lessons for Building a Better Life and Helping Your People Do the Same

“We have been solely focused on improving the experience that people have at work…But, we have overlooked something really important. As humans, we need help living better lives and having better relationships.” - Jason Lauritsen
 

Confront Bad Workplace Behavior to Protect Employee Engagement

On January 17, 2020, in Editorial Advisory Board, Employee Engagement, HRExaminer, Jason Lauritsen, by Jason Lauritsen
Start-up CEO and F1000 corporate executive Jason Lauritsen discusses how to confront bad workplace behavior to protect employee engagement.