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This week in employee engagement: September 12, 2018   

Here’s our weekly roundup series to help you stay connected to the often overwhelming landscape of employee engagement thought leadership. Start here to narrow down your search each week!     

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From Maritz Employee Experience: 

Employee engagement: Because 2018 isn’t 1990 — Perspective is a tricky thing. Much of what makes up employee engagement today was barely on the radar when the term was introduced in 1990. What’s changed since then? Maybe everything; maybe nothing. This article from Jeff Beckner examines the “failure” of employee engagement from both ends of a 28-year-old telescope. 

How HR Tech Will Change in 2020 — The HR Tech Conference will be held September 12-14 in Las Vegas. Techology writer, Mariya Tsarova, gives us six predictions for how HR will change in 2020.  

 

From the Web:  

Three Signs You’re Ready for HR Technology — Is your growing business ready for HR technology? With the human capital management (HCM) market projected to be a $22 billion industry by 2022, chances are your company may be more ready than you realize.  

Five Powerful Employee Feedback Tips For Customer Experience Leaders — Thomas Ewen, V.P. Automotive Research, MaritzCX shares five powerful employee feedback tips for CX leaders. 

What Has the Internet Ever Done For HR? — Apart from the job-boards, the freelancer platforms, email contract management and social-media, what has the internet ever done for HR?

How Design Thinking and Employee Experience Go Hand in Hand — Design Thinking, also known as human-centered design, is a creative approach to problem solving that leads to innovative solutions that work better for people. Design thinking, traditionally an approach that hails from the product design industry, is now being applied more broadly in various fields, including human resource management. 

Today’s Top Talent Will Only Work for a Company That Stands for Something — 2018 is the “Year of Employee Experience,” according to Forbes. And brands must now apply the principles of EX to attract, retain and develop their workers, especially their Millennial and Gen Z employees. 

 

 

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