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May 23

The Five Keys to Happiness and Engagement at Work (Part Two)

In Part One of this blog post, we considered the experiences that commonly build feelings of pride, fulfilment and satisfaction at work, reflected on the impact of technology on communication and connection and discussed the importance of happiness and engagement to building and sustaining a productive, engaged and loyal workforce. So, how do we achieve this? The Five […]

May 16

The Five Keys to Happiness and Engagement at Work (Part One)

In our recent webinar, Increasing Happiness and Engagement at Work*, we asked the questions: When have you felt the most proud, fulfilled and satisfied at work? What factors contributed to those feelings? The webinar attendees’ responses included: Achieving as a team, all working as one. So proud. Little things. I was able to help a colleague who was […]

Mar 22

[WEBINAR ON DEMAND] How to increase staff happiness, engagement and productivity

Happy and engaged workplaces increase staff satisfaction and productivity, whilst minimising turnover. Join Rose Bryant-Smith, Co-Founder and Director, as she discusses how you can improve your workplace to be more harmonious and engaged. Watch webinar How to access our Webinars On Demand To access these webinars on demand, simply click on the watch webinar link […]

Feb 14

Managing Workplace Romances

Workplace romances are once again in the news thanks to Deputy Prime Minister, the Hon Barnaby Joyce, MP. Whatever you think of the reporting on Barnaby Joyce’s relationship and pending parenthood with a former staff member, it is clear that the issue of romantic relationships at work is not going to go away. Last week, […]

Jan 10

Embracing Moral Courage in 2018!

I was recently asked what Worklogic would like to see more of in 2018 – and my answer was “moral courage“.  This is something that can be easier said than done – but you can never have too much of it.  Wherever you work, and whatever your role in 2018, let’s be brave (or braver) in standing […]

Oct 25

Is performance management dead?

There has been a bit of press excitement of late announcing that performance management is no longer in fashion with cutting edge organisations. I must say that surprised me somewhat, since it is difficult to imagine how any organisation that wants to stay in business could not be interested in the performance of its staff. […]

Sep 20

Are You OK? Wellbeing, Performance and Conduct of Employees with a Mental Illness

This month, the RUOK Day campaign prompted us at Worklogic to think again about mental health. The employers we work with are always well intentioned – they want to support their employees through anxiety and depression, as well as other illnesses and personal crises. But how should the employer respond when the employee’s mental illness […]

Apr 12

Become an Upstander not a Bystander

In this post, we explain how to encourage your staff to become an upstander not a bystander when they witness inappropriate behaviour like bullying or sexual harrassment at work. Most organisations expect that staff will assist them in upholding their values and standards of behaviour by reporting transgressions. This is important as the impact of […]

Mar 29

6 strategies to encourage employee feedback – including complaints!

In the recent Worklogic webinar, we discussed the importance of understanding exactly how your employees are feeling and creating a culture that encouraged honest feedback – including complaints! Here are six strategies to encourage employee feedback and complaints that you can implement and discover what your employees are really thinking: 1. Skip-Level Meetings In a skip-level […]

Feb 22

5 strategies to manage poor performance at work

In this post, we discuss strategies to manage poor performance at work. There is no doubt that managing an employee’s performance can be one of the most challenging parts of any manager’s role. Often by the time that the organisation’s formal performance management process commences, difficult and unproductive behaviours are already entrenched and the relationship between […]

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