Here’s what’s floating our boat this week:
Companies from Corporate Giants to Hot Startups Have Begun Offering Perks and Programs to Tackle Employees’ Stifling Student Loans – “Any benefit that you can offer which creates a ‘people first’ mentality and shows you put purpose before profits in your company culture is a good thing.” Business Insider
An Experiment Reveals That a 32-Hour Workweek Just Might Be the Secret to Employee Happiness – “I’ll tell you this, if I was on the job hunt, for all the amazing company ‘perks’ from the Googles and Facebooks of the world, a four-day workweek stands out as the most appealing to me.” Inc.
Creating a Sustainable Culture of Engagement – “The deeper meaning of Employee Engagement is rooted in the level of employees’ psychological investment with their organization.” People Matters
How Does Office Space Affect Company Culture? – “Whether there are three to four people in a room or open space offices or large amounts of square footage, these characteristics affect the way employees socialize around one another, and how they engage with the overall company.” GlobeSt.com
Employees Fuel Culture of Willingness at Able – “Happy employees think of doing nice things for people in need, and we encourage, subsidize, and act upon the ideas that our employees bring to us.” PR Newswire
Two Key Things to Staff Retention – “Both training and flexible working options can be a huge boost to staff morale. Let’s take a deeper look at what this means.” Kim Komando
That’s all for this week. Have a great weekend!