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Measuring the ROI of employee engagement in 5 steps

Subscribers to our blog and podcast series know that Simpplr strives to share tips, tricks and best practices for connecting workforces all across the globe. And subscribers also recognize that this connection significantly impacts ROI. But, how does one prove this to be true? Well, we’re coming in hot with our latest helpful offering – How to Get the HR Resources You Need, By Showing Leadership the ROI They Want—In 5 Steps.

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How to improve employee satisfaction & why work is so much more than a paycheck

Some people call them the “Sunday Scaries.” It’s that feeling in your stomach when you realize it’s Sunday night, House of the Dragon is over, and now you have to face the prospect of starting a new work week. You try to shake it off, realizing that wallowing in the same emotions every Sunday you used to feel on the last day of summer vacation is not only pointless but counterproductive. Monday, like Winter, is coming.

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What We Can Learn From Humpback Whales About Employee Experience

As humans, we can learn from everything. Lessons about the human experience are everywhere if you’re open to them. If you’re a lover of nature like me, you know that it has a lot to teach us. In oceans worldwide, pods of humpback whales form veritable choirs, singing a unison song at 188 decibels. That’s louder than the roar of a jet plane flying only 100 feet away. But we humans, limited by our audio perception and utter lack of the whale’s use of language—pay no mind.

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Simpplr Fall '22 Release: Jackson

Last quarter, we shared some amazing features with new hire onboarding and an upgraded newsletter offering––setting the bar for personalization enhancements. Keeping with that theme, Jackson, the Simpplr Fall ‘22 release, showcases a much-anticipated slate of new personalization capabilities designed to help organizations prioritize the employee experience.

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Tech EX: Using Technology to Improve the Employee Experience

Let’s be honest: the workplace isn’t what it used to be. That’s not necessarily a bad thing. After all, computers do make a lot of things easier. And not all old tech is gone — many people still use pagers to this day. But the dictaphone? The dot matrix printer? The teletype? Gone, never to return. The march of modern technology has been swift and merciless.

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6 Signs of Employee Burnout: What Coffee Won't Fix

There’s a difference between feeling tired and feeling burned out. You can overcome “tired” with a cup of coffee, an afternoon walk, or a good night’s sleep. Employee burnout, unfortunately, is a different animal. In 1974, psychologist Herbert Freudenberger published an early paper on staff burnout at a free medical clinic in Manhattan’s East Village.

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Creating an equitable workplace culture with Suman Gopalan, Chief HR Officer at Freshworks

The situation is tense in many companies these days, particularly in tech. The Great Resignation; budget and workforce cutback, and the overall financial crises that many are facing have combined to create the perfect storm for HR. The burden is real––and heavy. And it’s time to offer some relief with equitable solutions.

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Importance of strong organizational culture: the critical "immune system" of a vital company

Did you know we drink 517 million cups of coffee every day in the U.S.? Those 3.1 cups per person add up to one whopper of an industry. And it’s no surprise who’s at the top of the coffee game: Starbucks. But there’s an alternate timeline out there with no pumpkin spice lattes. One where CEO Howard Schultz didn’t return to the helm in 2008 to turn the company around in the wake of store closings, widespread layoffs, and a significant drop in share price. How did he do it?

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What's the story behind the ideal employee experience?

Stephanie Briggs, director of employee experience at Ivanti, knows what it takes to provide the ideal employee experience. Storytellers are a special breed of people who understand the nuance of communication and the sacredness of words. They comprehend how people may need to hear messages in various ways to grasp a story’s essence and inner meaning. You’re a lucky company when you have such an individual leading your employee experience.

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The five most annoying things in internal communications jobs-and how to overcome them!

If you have seen the movie Office Space (1999), you know all about pointless TPS reports, impossible-to-understand printer instructions, (“PC Load Letter”), and micromanaging superiors. Office Space was an office comedy, so the portrayals were a little extreme. But who can’t relate to the annoyances of working in an office, even if we work remotely?