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Employee Engagement

Spiral light by Carlos Gotay Martinez FlickrWhat will happen when a diverse group of professionals from HR, training, communications, CSR, and academia come together and work on a set of talent management challenges? Some creative sparks will fly, I'm sure. And creative ideas and solutions will follow. The first-ever employee engagement hackathon, Hack The Experience, will take place on Friday, February 28, 2014 at the Autodesk Gallery in San Francisco. At this day-long hackathon, participants will work in interdisciplinary teams generating innovative ideas to solve employee engagement challenges. At the end of the day, participants will present solutions to the rest of the audience and a panel of judges.

For human resources and internal communications professionals in the Bay Area wanting to be in the know about the latest employee engagement trends and technology for 2014, the Strategic Internal Communications Conference, January 22-24 in San Francisco, should not be missed. Employee engagement experts from Cisco,...

January has arrived. As we start the new year, it's essential to review your employee survey questions and see if they provide the insights you need as the talent management landscape changes. These emerging trends in talent management have an impact on your employee survey design....

If you're wondering how games, social data, employee surveys like our New Hire Survey, and many more employee engagement trends can transform your workforce in 2014, then first, imagine this scenario: You're stuck at Level 29 of Candy Crush and you're out of lives. You check your Facebook feeds and see that your friend, Mary, generously gave three lives to all her friends. You claim the free lives from Mary, thank her, and continue to happily crush more candies.

A few weeks ago, I tweeted "What if work is like an online game and how would it impact employee engagement?" Many people favorited this tweet and retweeted it. It must have struck a chord. Really, what if work is like an online game? How fun and engaging would it be? Wouldn't it be cool to design jobs such that they feel like online games? According to Gallup's most recent workforce survey, only 30% of U.S. employees are engaged. One way to improve employee engagement is to start with job design and engage employees with what they do on a daily basis. Here are some tips for making a job more like an online game:

As the economy recovers, more employees will look for a new job. Now is the time to do something to re-engage your people.I encourage you to leverage advances in technology, social media, and new research findings about employee engagement to explore innovative solutions that work for your organization.