Workplace Culture, Employee Engagement Matters

3 Awesome Employee Engagement and Workplace Culture Blogs

Workplace culture is hard to define, even though we work in one throughout the day. Any workplace with a  good culture has a way of life that involves the right amount of employee enthusiasm combined with a solid work ethic. The first step to building a great culture starts with tackling employee enthusiasm and engagement. If you’re wondering if workplace culture is really as big of a deal as it’s made out to be, take a look at these statistics and you’ll see how important employee engagement is to your company’s success.

Workplace Culture, Employee Engagement Matters

Employee Engagement Workplace Culture & 3 blogs we love

Getting employee engagement and culture right in an organization is quite tricky. In order to achieve it businesses must focus on meeting their employees more altruistic human needs of feeling connected, recognized, and an important part of something bigger.

Also, here are some of the blogs that we love keeping up. All regularly share their expertise on culture and engagement in the workplace.

The Chief Happiness Officers blog

This fine blog is kept by Alexander Kjerulf who is a bestselling author of three books, including Happy Hour is 9 to 5.  Kjerulf also speaks, consults, and conducts workshops on happiness at work at businesses and conferences all over the world. His clients include an impressive list of companies like: Hilton, Microsoft, LEGO, IKEA, Shell, HP, and IBM.

With this post on intrinsic motivation — Alexander sums up the employee engagement fundamentals beautifully.

What some managers don’t realize is that people want to do good work. Create a happy, positive work environment and people are naturally motivated. Even better: they motivate themselves and each other.

Globoforce Blog

This blog kept by Globoforce, a company with products in strategic and social recognition, keeps bringing up pertinent questions around culture and the need to build a vibrant work community from openness and trust.

We think that a collaboration software — if the champions have the clout and are willing to work on the culture at their workplace — can make a huge difference to employee engagement. Learn more about the benefits of collaboration software here: How Collaboration Software fits in with employee engagement.