All posts by Jennifer Orechwa

engaging employees with internal podcasts

Engaging Employees With Internal Podcasts

Podcasting for an internal audience? If you’re not a podcast listener yourself, you might be thinking, “what, what? why would we do that?” If you are a fan of podcasts, you may only think of them as a source of entertainment. But today’s forward-thinking employers know that in order to engage employees, you’ve got to […]

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Using Social Media to Connect with Your Employees

From large corporations, to political campaigns, to sellers on etsy… innovative businesses leaders and marketing professionals have quickly recognized the utility of social media as a powerful marketing tool to attract consumers and build a positive brand image. However, more and more organizations are embracing social media for internal communications as well. What is social […]

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Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace

The barriers to career progression are difficult, if not impossible, to overcome. Today’s leadership challenge is reconciling the contradiction between what the company says and what the company does. Developing a true organizational structural system of racial equality and equity is imperative for every organization.

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Relaying Bad News: How To Communicate with Employees

Communication with your employees is of critical importance. In fact, research shows that leadership communication is the top internal communication factor that “statistically correlates to employee engagement.” You simply cannot emphasize how important communication is within the workplace. Between improving engagement, team building, and improving overall trust between management and employees, it’s no secret: the more honest […]

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ProjectHR Anniversary Celebration: A Round-Up Of Top HR Books We Loved this Year

There have been many authors with books we loved so much; we wanted to share! The following is a list of all the books mentioned on our ProjectHR podcast this last year.

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Communicating Employee Benefits to Enhance Relationships with your Employees

It’s critical to appropriately communicate employee benefits changes and packages with your workforce in a concise, understandable way and clearly explains everything in detail to your staff. While we’ve written about employee benefits before, communication in the workplace is changing rapidly

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HR Policies and Procedures

How Do I Ensure My HR Policies and Procedures Don’t (Unintentionally) Break Any Laws?

Human Resources (HR) policies and procedures are the heart of an organization’s equitable treatment of employees and the basic starting point for employee engagement. They must be legal, fair, thorough and unbiased. It’s an enormous challenge to meet these requirements in a business world where each generation has different expectations. In addition, government laws and regulations regularly change.

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What Type of Employee Engagement Surveys Are Most Effective Today?

You may wonder which type of employee engagement survey may be most effective in today’s climate. It’s a relatively simple question, but it doesn’t have the most straightforward answer. It’s not exactly easy to measure employee engagement, and it will depend on several factors, including your unique organization, the size of your company, and others. “Employee engagement” tends to be a buzzword among most HR professionals, and for a good reason.

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Increase Employee Engagement

Increase Employee Engagement With These 3 Easy Tips

We’ve got some quick, actionable tips for improving employee engagement that are by no means a cure-all, but still an excellent starting place! (Read through to the end for some ideas on taking your employee engagement efforts to the next level.)

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Create Harassment Training in 10 Steps

It can be a daunting task to create harassment training for your workplace. Additionally, updating your company’s harassment program to comply with current laws can be a challenge, especially if you operate in multiple states. The ten steps to develop and implement, and even improve, a harassment prevention training program is below.

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