Benefit managers know all too well how unhealthy a toxic workplace culture can be. Efforts to improve a bad one must have top leadership support, but be driven from the ground up, according to Richard Fagerlin, president of Peak Solutions.
There’s no shortage of ways for employees to take in March Madness and waste company time. Though estimates say the American economy loses billions of dollars as workers follow their favorite team during work hours, there are tips to deal with the disruption.
An engaged workforce tends to lead to higher productivity, but some jobs can just be so dull. Research from salary benchmarking site Emolument may help benefits managers know who might need a little motivation.