2020 saw a global rise in employee dissatisfaction due to burnout from reduced job security, increased workload and blurred work and home life.
People are most likely to leave their jobs in the first month of the year as people seek new opportunities after the holidays. Here’s how to help keep staff happy.
Who: Large Australian telecommunications company What: Create an optional ‘Give Back’ exercise for employees to reconnect and re-engage with one another When: Over the course of two to three weeks How: Each year this large telecommunications firm runs a series of optional face-to-face activities that offer employees the chance to give back to a variety […]
Who: Large financial services company What: Two team building events to connect and excite current and incoming graduate cohorts Event for 2019 and 2020 graduate cohorts: In order to maintain motivation, morale and engagement levels among existing graduates, this event was aimed at connecting individuals across the two cohorts to build relationships, have a fun […]
When organising and running a team building event, it is important not to get tied up in pleasing everyone but rather focus on how planning, content, communications and location can maximise the value of the activity.
2020 has been a challenging year for organisations who have fought to maintain connection and engagement among staff in a remote working environment. Let’s take a look at eight team building trends we are seeing right now.
With so many virtual collaboration tools available, which one is best for managing your team’s meetings, conferences and team building activities?
This year it’s especially important to thank staff for their hard work and re-establish workplace connections after periods of isolated work.