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5 hot topics for HR and business in 2022

Here’s five challenges HR and organizations need to prepare for and overcome during the coming months.

Marlies Pellikaan

The 4 drivers of employee engagement in 2021

Effectory’s Global Employee Engagement Index™ provides the whys and the hows of great employership

Marlies Pellikaan

How to conduct an employee engagement survey – Effectory

How to conduct employee engagement survey? In this first article we will cover survey goals, stakeholders and anonymity.

Charly Landman

The most important employee listening lessons of 2020

This year's corona crisis affected every sector and every organization differently. What are the most important learnings per sector?

Guido Heezen

Second wave: What healthcare workers need to continue performing

During the second wave of coronavirus infections, healthcare institutions are again faced with the task of keeping their employees motivated and healthy at work

Rutger de Gardeijn

Eight essential questions about employee productivity

At many organizations, employees are still largely working from home. These organizations will need their employees more than ever this fall.

Guido Heezen

This is what employee listening can bring your organization

Why is listening to your employees so incredibly important in a crisis situation? Merel van der Lei, Chief Product Officer at Effectory, has the answer.

Marlies Pellikaan

Why is it important to listen your employees during a crisis?

The upcoming period is crucial for the future of your organization. Listen to the experiences, wishes and ideas of your employees now to win later.

Guido Heezen

Reboarding: Getting to grips with the new normal

To work from home, in the office or both? Smoothen the transition to the new way of working for your employees. Use our practical tips for reboarding.

Marlies Pellikaan

An exciting decision in June

Eight talented new employees just started working for Effectory. Why this countercyclical move? Because employee listening is more important then ever.

Guido Heezen