Which initiatives to improve employee engagement are the most effective?

Every talent manager, HR leader and C-suite executive would jump at the chance to improve employee engagement with minimal effort.

Effective performance management in government agencies (or the public sector in general) can be challenging due to the size, complexity and multi-layered nature of government organizations.

What’s the difference between employee engagement and employee experience?

Imagine you’re a Product Marketing Manager being bombarded with requests from sales, marketing, product, executive and help teams:

Gamification in the workplace can be a double-edged sword.

Choosing the wrong technology to improve employee experience can cripple your organization's productivity. 

Your opinion of an employee’s work is valuable, but it can only go so far. In reality, many managers don’t work directly with their staff, and may not have an accurate impression of their performance.

When Douglas Conant took over as CEO of Campbell’s Soup in 2001, it was the worst-performing major food brand of its time.

An adaptable learning experience platform (LXP) like Totara Engage can be customised to support employees at every stage of their career.

In 2012, Adobe triggered a dramatic increase in its productivity after abolishing its annual performance review format. 

Employees are most engaged when they’re happy and passionate about their jobs. But how do you know when an employee is happy and passionate?

COVID-19 has caused a huge change in how many of us are working and learning. As a result, you might be asking yourself what you need going forward? An LMS or an LXP?

In 2020, the LXP market was valued at around $200 million, and it is predicted to hit $15.7 billion in the next three years. More and more organisations are recognising the benefits of the learning experience platform (LXP).

Now many of us have had a full year of remote working, it’s safe to say that most of us have a good handle on what we’re doing. 

Employee engagement strategies have never been more important.

As you may know, March is Women's History Month, which encourages people to explore important issues relating to women.

Totara offers a unique business model that is based on the philosophy that the organization and the learner should have freedom of choice.

When Douglas Conant took over as CEO of Campbell’s Soup in 2001, it was the worst-performing major food brand of its time.

Things were so bad that a Gallup manager described employee engagement as “the worst ever seen among the Fortune 500.”