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This Week in Employee Engagement: July 21, 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:

Bring Your Parents to Work Day: Why This L.A.-area Company Invites Moms and Dads to Their Kids’ WorkplaceCornerstone OnDemand wants employees to bring their parents to work. Recognizing it can be difficult for parents of tech workers to understand what their kids do for a living, Cornerstone OnDemand leaders found that parents and employees alike got a kick out of the experience.

How Adobe Structures Feedback Conversations — Giving regular feedback on performance doesn’t have to be so painful. Adobe is one organization preferring regular check-ins over performance reviews, centered around clear expectations and focused on growth and development.

5 Ways the Best Workplaces Boost Work-Life Balance — ”Employees who say they’re encouraged to balance work and personal life were twice and likely to say they’re willing to give extra to get the job done.” In this article from Great Place to Work, discover five ways award-winning workplaces are addressing work-life balance in a meaningful way.

From CultureNext:

Technology and Metrics Overlooked in Recognition ProgramsIn this article from SHRM, the key highlights of the recent CultureNext Employee Engagement and Recognition Benchmark Study are revealed in context with what the data means for leaders taking charge of engagement.

HCI Employee Engagement Conference — CultureNext and Maritz Motivation Solutions are proud to be sponsors of the upcoming HCI Employee Engagement Conference! With more than 30 expert speakers, the HCI event has a full agenda of content on engagement, culture and recognition. We hope to see you at the conference July 24-26, where we’ll be displaying our latest Engagement Potential Index, new research, and more.

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