The Great Resignation: Part 1
Looking at work/life through the lens of the employee experience.

Anthony Klotz, a Texas A&M professor who came up with the phrase “the great resignation” back in May of 2021, believes that during the pandemic, people “re-imagined what normal could look like,” without commutes, with more family time, better pace, and less pressure. Comments like “Life is too short to be unhappy for five days a week in exchange for two days of freedom” have been posted; and hashtags, memes, and TikToks have emerged around “quit my job.”

So what can you do to avoid a great resignation of your own? What kind of experiences can you create for your teammates to ensure the benefits of your workplace outweigh the option to resign?

Check out some ways to keep your teams happy and dedicated to your organization!






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Now is the most wonderful time of the year… to show appreciation!

Ahhh, the end of the year – Q4, the home sprint, time to take a breath. There’s a natural cheer in the air and uplifted spirits with feelings of progress. For many employees, the end of the year is synonymous with holidays and a time for reflection, giving, and sharing thanks across all areas of their lives – at home and at work. For others, the holidays may be difficult; employees may feel added pressure to close sales, wrap up inventories, use budgets, and some may be faced with the general anxiety that the holiday season may bring.

In either case, now is the perfect time to pause and share appreciation with your teammates. The closing of the year gives us the opportunity to celebrate accomplishments, recognize individual and team successes, offer special thanks, and inspire motivation for the new year.

Check out some tips for ensuring your employees know they are valued, showing them you care and inspiring them for an amazing 2022!






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The Role of Recognition for 2022: Rethinking Your Strategy.

Who’s looking forward to 2022? We are! As Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “keep moving forward.” While many organizations are focused on messages of optimism and “moving forward,” employee retention is still a major concern. The last two years have impacted virtually every company when it comes to retaining employees.

So how can you keep your invaluable team? Recognition is a powerful tool for strengthening engagement and helping people to feel motivated and appreciated so that they stay with your organization.

Check out some ways to create an effective recognition strategy for 2022 to drive the engagement your teams want and the commitment that your organization needs!






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