The last Watercooler issue may be a distant memory, so here’s your chance to read the most popular articles from that issue in case you missed them. Centering on the topic of employee engagement, these three pieces provide expert insight, tips, and real-life examples of how to successfully capture the minds and emotions of your people – new hires and seasoned staffers alike.
- “Engaging Millennials at Work,” adapted content from Generation Me: Why Today’s Young Americans Are More Confident, Assertive, Entitled – and More Miserable Than Ever Before by Jean M. Twenge, Professor of Psychology, San Diego State University, gives us insight on our workforce’s youngest members.
- Check out the excerpt from New York Times bestselling author Kevin Kruse’s “Employee Engagement 2.0,” which tells us what engagement is and isn’t, along with a compelling case study from the Campbell Soup Company. There’s even a link to a download free copy of the book!
- “Boomers and Xers Are So Last Year – Millennials Are Where It’s At” offers perspective from three of Root Inc.’s leaders on how meshing today’s multi-generational employees is nothing to break a sweat over.