Avoiding loneliness amongst remote workers

Although employees working remotely or using flexible hours are more grateful to their employers, they often feel indebted to them and this can lead to some employees working non-stop until they break down.

Can we do late workouts?

We’ve got news for you. It’s perfectly possible to work out 30 to 35 minutes before going to bed. Don’t let long workdays, dinner or other late pursuits be an excuse to avoid keeping your body healthy.

Healthy Candy – Part 3

Everyone likes to eat chocolate mousse from time to time, but it’s not really healthy. But don’t worry, with this recipe you won’t regret eating this sweet sin anymore! This recipe is slightly more bitter but definitely worth the try!

Interactive Employee Engagement Index: live!

On International Happiness Day 2019, we launched our very own Employee Engagement Survey. Free and anonymous. Thousands of people did the test. 2 months later, we are proud to announce the interactive index. On top of the index, we also developped a mini guide you can use to improve employee engagement.

Healthy candy – part 1

In the coming weeks, we will be giving you a delicious recipe for an everyday dessert made in a unique way. Healthy, yummy and fun to prepare together wth friends or family! This first week we will be making a banana cake!

Is the era of management over?

“The key to management is to get rid of the managers,” advised Ricardo Semler, whose TED Talk went viral, introducing terms such as “industrial democracy” and “corporate re-engineering”. It’s important to point out that Mr. Semler isn’t an academic or an expert in management theory, but he’s the CEO of a successful industrial company. His views are…

An inconvenient truth

“A staggering 87% of all employees are not engaged or even disengaged. Many companies are experiencing a crisis of engagement and aren’t aware of it.” (Gallup) However, companies with highly engaged workforces outperform their peers by 147% in earnings per share. Studies have shown that companies with engaged people run twice the revenu and four…

Stimulating engagement through respect

“When you ask workers what matters most to them, feeling respected by superiors often tops the list.” That’s Kristie Rogers’ opening statement in her latest article on Harvard Business Review. Though hardly shocking for any contemporary leader or executive, it seems the business world hasn’t yet fully grasped the impact of it. As Kristie goes…