How to measure and improve your workplace culture

This guest post was written by Anna Hayes of Joinblink.com All too often, senior management read “improving workplace culture” as “offering some lunchtime yoga and putting on some free food every now and then”. It’s not that there’s anything inherently bad with either of these two things (free food is a cornerstone of good morale …

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Guest post: A Guide to Human Resource Surveys & HR Questions with Samples

Today’s post is written by Freddie Tubbs, who is a human resources manager at Academized. He regularly takes part in HR and business events and contributes columns to Paper Fellows and Australian help blogs. While your business may already use surveys to find information and answers to the questions you have about your customers, using this data resource in your own …

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A New study finds that deadlines are the biggest contributor to stress in the workplace

A recent survey by the job search website CareerCast revealed that of the eleven things that cause stress in the workplace, deadlines are the biggest contributor to the stress that employees experience. According to the report “Employees were asked what was the biggest contributing factor to their stress and the survey found that the most …

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"Survey Says": Well I Am Not Quite Sure!

Surveys come out everyday. We are a survey happy society (at least in the US). Seems sometimes we can only operate if we know what everyone else is doing. So here goes… A Hay Survey on the slowing economy reports that nearly 1/3 of the CEO’s and HR executives polled reported that they were freezing …

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