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How to Engage Employees with Technology

February 17, 2017 / by Annika Rautakoura

The rapidly evolving work environment requires investments and adaptation from employers to engage their employees.


Engaging Employees in a Knowledge-based Economy

February 07, 2017 / by Smarp

We live in a knowledge-based economy, where intellect is capital. The need for knowledge, information and high skill levels is greater than ever. With information being freely available, the speed of change taking place is quick.


5 Ways to Recognize Employees

November 03, 2016 / by Stacy Jackson

When it comes to retaining great team members, employee recognition programs can play a crucial role.


3 Power Tips: How to Build Strong Inter-departmental Collaboration

September 29, 2016 / by Ben Beck

You've probably heard the saying “It takes a village to raise a child”. The same concept holds true in business, regarding the successful generation, development, and completion of a project.


Why Letting Employees Be Themselves is Good for Business

June 09, 2016 / by Jose Manuel Arrias Zuleta
Allowing employees a creative freedom breeds trust – and employee happiness.

When Employee Engagement Turns into a Company Culture Failure

April 07, 2016 / by Smarp

If Employee Advocacy within an organization fails, wherein lies the fault? You may say it lies in an Employee Advocacy program that pushes employees to share content without value. Or maybe the content they share is not what they want to be recognized for. The most likely of reasons, though, are rooted within the company culture and the program’s implementation.


Scaling An Employee Advocacy Program: How to Influence Globally & Manage Locally

March 29, 2016 / by Roope Heinilä

Launching an Employee Advocacy program can be challenging in large enterprises, where content creation, curation, and distribution is often decentralized. In addition, large organizations also often work with content in multiple languages and cultures.


Employee Engagement is a Two-Way Street

January 21, 2016 / by Katriina Maanoja

There has been a lot of discussion about employee engagement lately or, more precisely, the lack of it. According to the latest statistics from Gallup.inc, less than one-third (32 %) of U.S. workers were engaged in their jobs in 2015. The same trend continues throughout the world. The study shows that worldwide, only 13% of employees working for an organization are engaged. Especially big companies seem to need the most improvement.


Use A Variety Of Mediums To Boost Employee Advocacy Results

December 17, 2015 / by Joonas Villanen

People love to see other people. People like to hear from other people. Just think about it - We have multiple social networks through which we connect with long lost friends, family members, work acquaintances, and sometimes even with people we barely know. 


Why We Put Employees 1st

May 20, 2015 / by Roope Heinilä

Employee advocacy has long been mistaken for an initiative mostly for the benefit of the company when actually the main beneficiaries are the employees themselves. In order for an Employee Advocacy program to be effective, employees need to want to participate and see the value in their participation on a personal level.