Category: Employee Engagement Surveys

Why Every Weekend Should Be A 3 Day Weekend, According To Science

Guest blog by Tiffany McAdams at InvestmentZen.com. Employee engagement carries a lot of weight in the corporate world. It’s a vital piece of the productivity puzzle with plenty of theories on how it’s best achieved. Many theories have validity, and can combine a blend of a variety of techniques to generate the best outcome for the company and […]






Why Should HR Directors Get Behind Employee Engagement Technology?

Much has been said before about the value of employee engagement. An engaged workforce is more productive, positive, and proactively supporting corporate objectives. This is the ideal type of corporate environment that most human resource directors dream of, which is why they often turn to employee engagement software to monitor progress. Through a series of […]






Don’t Forget Manager Engagement – They Are Employees Too!

Walking around your business, it’s easy to think that you’ve done everything you can to provide a positive corporate culture and plenty of career opportunities. Yet, just under the surface there is an unseen, smouldering volcano that could erupt at any time. It’s called your management team. In the effort to boost employee engagement, often […]






Why Should CEOs Embrace Employee Engagement?

As the leader of a successful company, it is understandable that profitability and competitiveness are the focus and driving forces behind everyday activities. Sadly, for many busy CEO’s, employee engagement is low on their priority list and something “HR looks after” anyway. However, in today’s business world, where skilled talent has the upper hand, CEO’s […]






Are Traditional Performance Reviews (Finally) Dead?

Last year was a momentous one. From Brexit to the election of a celebrity for US president, the world has been in a rollercoaster cycle of big change. It’s about to get even bigger, as we face 2017 not knowing exactly where things stand in terms of world economics, politics, and massive changes in human […]






The Trials and Tribulations of Reorganisation

Even though there are many excellent reasons for putting a company through the stress of a reorganisation process, it’s never an easy thing to accomplish. Yet occasional reorganisations are essential, whether to restructure the business to reflect changing markets and innovation, or simply to ensure that the company retains an appropriate management hierarchy for its […]






Back to the Future – 6 Months Later, Where Does Employee Engagement Stand?

Last year, you may remember that Thymometrics was included in a special Bersin report on the future of HR technology. As a leader in the employee engagement space, we are dedicated to improving this facet for all the companies we work with. Our real-time engagement solution takes a modern approach, but we understand the very […]






How To Promote Work-Life Balance in Your Workplace

Employee engagement is often viewed as a natural occurrence that results from a company’s efforts to create a better corporate culture. But one of the most often overlooked aspects of a positive culture is the work-life balance for employees. Work-life balance contributes to the overall employee motivation that results in greater productivity, retention, and innovation. […]






How do you REALLY feel about your colleagues?

It’s been said that we are living in one of the most transparent business environments in history. Yet, people are more disconnected than ever before. Employees have become alienated from one another as they rely completely on technology that takes the humanity out of communications. It’s really no secret that younger generations love their mobile […]






How to Drive Participation in Your Employee Survey

Workplace studies have shown over and over again the value of conducting regular employee engagement surveys. However, one of the common issues with using traditional 360 feedback is getting actual participation from the employees themselves. There’s an old saying that goes, “You can lead a horse to water, but you cannot make him drink.” This […]