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LEED (Le Employee Engagement Digest) – Dec 3rd ’15 Edition

December 03, 2015 by Emeline Viot

LEED (Le Employee Engagement Digest) – Dec 3rd ’15 Edition

For this week's LEED, we have a great set of articles for you. First off, a great article on the top employee engagement programs in Singapore by Akankasha Dewan. Next we tackle the challenge of ensuring top retention at your company with an examination of why employees leave and how to prevent them from leaving. To finally round off, we have a articles on Millennials and employee engagement and how to sustain engagement with employees past the initial six months. Happy reading from the Hyphen team!

Singapore’s top employee engagement programmes

by Akankasha Dewan

"Employee engagement initiatives are not driven solely by the HR team. Commitment to employee engagement is present at every level of leadership, from the CEO down to every immediate supervisor."

4 Reasons Why Your Best Employees Leave for New Opportunities

by Andre Lavoie - @aglavoie

"For employees, the ability to grow and continue on their career path is extremely important. They’re waiting for employers to show them how they can do that within their current company."

Why Millennials in the Workplace 'Don't Care,' and 4 Things You Can Do

by Ray Gillenwater - @RayGWater

"Six out of ten millennials said a sense of purpose was part of the reason they chose to work for their current employer."

13 Disturbing Facts About Employee Engagement

by Sarah Snow

"Both Apple and Google have created common areas in their offices, specifically and strategically located, so that different workers that don’t normally interact with each other can have a chance to chat."

Engaging Employees Beyond the First Six Months

by Steven Green

"We know that there is a strong connection between recognition, engagement and productivity. A 2014 study shows that job satisfaction declines dramatically as the interval following recognition grows longer. This is just one more piece of evidence that frequent recognition drives engagement better than the outdated semi-annual review."