In this month's round-up of employee news, we dive into changing customer trends, best tips to keep employees engaged, and the results of recognition and engagement programs.
Americans Using Cash Less Compared With Five Years Ago
Fewer Americans say they are making "all" or "most" of their purchases with cash, compared to what they say they did five years ago -- a sign of a shift toward electronic payment methods as well as mobile payment apps.
Employee Engagement isn’t Just Providing Tools and Tweets:
Engaged employees yield many benefits to businesses today - increased productivity, talent retention, and the enablement of better customer experiences being just a few.
5 Easy Ways to Keep Employees Engaged in Wellness:
Employee Wellness programs are no longer a novelty, and in many organizations, the initial excitement has died down.
Employee Recognition Delivers Great Returns
Employers that spend a little on recognizing their employees get a lot of return on their investment, consultants agree.
About the Author
Deb Broderson comes to Perks with 30 years of diverse experience leading channel marketing, marketing operations and program management teams within the technology industry. Deb has provided strategic direction to Fortune 500 clients, developed and executed global, multi-channel, go-to-market strategies and created worldwide field marketing organizations. Deb has worked on both the agency and client-side of the business, providing a well-rounded perspective to client challenges. Deb was honored as one of the Top 50 Channel Chiefs in North America by CRN.More Content by Deb Broderson