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This Week in Employee Engagement: Future of Work & HR Trends to Watch in 2017

The utter explosion of digital content presents countless opportunities for learning. Start here to narrow down your search each week in the often overwhelming landscape of employee engagement thought leadership!

What We’re Reading This Week:

To Motivate Employees, Show Them How They’re Helping Customers — Our team at CultureNext is passionate about the intersection of employee engagement and customer service. This article from Harvard Business Review showcases how highlighting the customer connection for employees, leaders can improve engagement and motivate their teams.

Building a Workplace Fit for the Future — The “future of work” is a hot topic these days. In this article from HRZone, discover how your organization can prepare for the transformations approaching in technology, culture and employee engagement.

When Your Employees Want You to Really “See” Them — In this post from TLNT, discover one no-cost engagement “program” every leader can implement today.

3 Predictions for Workplace Culture: Insights from 20 Years of Fortune 100 Best Companies — With a relatively recent focus on culture at work and renewed focus on employee engagement, how does the “Great Place to Work” team, with their experience in naming best places to work, see culture transforming in the near future? Read on to find out.  

 

From CultureNext:

Maritz Named Category’s “Best Place to Work” in St. Louis — We are so proud of our team for making our culture so special. Read more about what makes our culture at Maritz unique.

2017 Employee Engagement Trends and Insights This ebook highlights 13 trends from CultureNext and respected thought leaders in the HR and engagement space to expect in the year ahead.

Global Employee Engagement Model Webinar — Help shape the future of global employee engagement in this upcoming interactive webinar.

The Future of Service Awards Whitepaper — What does the future hold for the most-utilized employee engagement and recognition program? Find out in this free whitepaper.

 

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