Creating and Sustaining Workplace Happiness (Case Study)

Choose People transforms company cultures, in turn increasing employee happiness and boosting the bottom-line, via data derived from administering 360°Company Culture Audits. Why Culture Matters If you’ve ever worked at a company with a toxic culture, then you know how draining it can be. A dark force begins to consume the office, energy and morale…

How 360 Reviews Foster New Business Skills and Growth

A new guide to help unfold the value of professional feedback from a comprehensive review, and how it helps your employees stick around longer is now available. A few years ago, CEO Christian Vanek sat down and wrote one of the best-performing blog posts in SurveyGizmo history – and it’s still getting all the spotlight….

Hiring The Right Applicant With The Right Job Application Form

Finding and hiring the right job applicant is a time consuming process. The job application review and screening process is arduous and your busy schedule does not allow you to waste time interviewing the wrong candidates (although that it is far better than hiring the wrong candidate). Typical job application forms ask applicants to list…

Check the Health of Your Company With Pulse Surveys

Pulse surveys are the latest hot topic in human resources. This fast, efficient survey type allows HR pros to “check the pulse” of a company as a whole by collecting feedback from each individual employee. In this article, we’ll cover what pulse surveys are, why your human resources department will love them, what makes them…

Why Employee Engagement Matters and How to Measure It

The terms “employee engagement” and “employee satisfaction” are often used interchangeably, but in fact they are quite different. The difference? Commitment. While satisfied employees are committed to showing up every day so that they get paid, they are not necessarily committed to the success of the organization. Satisfied employees are more concerned with their own…

3 Ways for Small Businesses to Survive Rapid Growth Periods

According to Harvard Business Review, companies move through five basic stages of growth from startup to mature business. Every business starts at step one: start up. But not every business makes it to the level that familiar brand names like Microsoft and Apple occupy. In fact, 92% of high growth tech startups fail before they…

The One Trick to Managing Millennials

What is it about the millennial generation that still has businesses struggling to adapt? Even though the oldest millennials are now in their thirties, there are still questions surrounding how best to manage, attract, and retain millennial employees. In a recent interview with Clutch.co, our CEO Christian Vanek shared what he’s learned about managing the millennial…