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In trying to please all party’s it's easy for employers to feel overwhelmed with differing strategies to succeed at employee engagement and improving the working environment. In this blog, we look at the three main benefits that managers should prioritise for maximum employee engagement and satisfaction. Eyes on the prize…
Hot on the heels of May’s Meetoo product update which saw the introduction of a new ‘Open Text’ polling option and updated ‘Projector’ display including the ability to see messages automatically sort themselves by ‘Likes’, we’re pleased to announce… there’s more…
The business of colleges and universities is the creation and diffusion of knowledge. The commonplace perception in Western societies, since the end of World War II, has been that completing a college or university course and obtaining a degree equate to better job prospects, higher earning potential, and a comfortable future.
Once again, the UK are in the throes of dissecting another General Election and social media is ablaze with impassioned discussions about party policies. Despite some fairly frank conversations in the Meetoo office, this blog is not about the political manifesto’s but our own manifesto (of sorts) on finding a better way to obtain and review employee feedback.
Today, an increasing number of lecturers are integrating social media channels such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest into their lessons. Since Facebook originally started in Harvard University before spreading to other colleges in the US, it is interesting to look at the role of social media in education today, a decade on from its creation.
Increasing student engagement and lecture participation can be difficult, even for the most experienced of educators. That's why these two issues are the main targets/objectives every educator is after.
We’ve all heard the words, “Communication is key” ad-nauseum, so why then is communication in the workplace one of the biggest bug-bears and how are some employers still getting it badly wrong when we have more technology geared towards communication than ever before?
With telecommuting rapidly increasing, it is essential that employees are communicating well and maintaining high levels of engagement with their employer. So, how do you keep your remote workers informed, engaged and progressing their skills, whilst understanding their needs and assessing their development at a distance?
General election fever is upon the UK. Various polls will be aiming to give the population a projection of how things might go. Contesting parties will be looking for a steer as to what is working, or where focus is required in the lead up to polling day on June 8th. The accuracy of these various opinion polls has rightly been called into question following some recent ‘shock’ results. Fortunately for businesses, there is a much more effective way to gather meaningful insights to base their decisions upon.
In today’s times of political uncertainty, particularly with Brexit looming, the old adage of “change is a constant” has never been truer. For businesses, change can be exciting and can open new opportunities for growth and development but, without effective change management and communication, it can be nothing short of disastrous.