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What Should HR Do with Worker Feedback?

Feedback is a cycle — you take the first step by offering your employees the opportunity to share their wants and needs with your business. But what do you do with the feedback once you have it?

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3 Reasons You Need Feedback Now

Today, we’re digging into the three reasons why every company needs feedback now than ever before. Read about why you need feedback from your workforce right now.

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5 Tips for Successfully Managing Remote Workers

Just a few months ago, managing remote workers wasn't as common as it is now. Most of our waking hours were away from home in the workplace. Enter COVID-19 and the workplace dynamic changed dramatically, with many more people now working from home or another remote location.

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Danger Ahead: A Look at Burnout in Healthcare

The reality is that most Americans have experienced work-related burnout at one time or another. In fact, a 2018 Gallup survey found that 23 percent of participants reported feeling burned out at work “very often or always,” while another 44 percent feel burned out sometimes.

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How to Improve Safety in Manufacturing

“See something, say something” is no longer an effective way to improve safety in manufacturing, especially when workers aren’t sure who is on the receiving end of their elevated concern.

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Prioritize the Mental Health of the Skilled Workforce

As a company, you can help steer your staff to safety. Putting resources in place to help protect your workers not only builds a culture of trust, but it's also smart business.

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Why Building the Right Team Matters

Even in competitive labor markets, high employee turnover doesn’t have to be a given. For companies that want to keep talent, few resources are more valuable than honest feedback from workers, even beyond an open door policy.

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What Drivers Were Saying in the First Half of 2020

Earlier this year, we took a deep dive into all the feedback received through WorkHound in 2019. From that information, our analysis shared what we found to be the most significant driver feedback trends heading into 2020. While that information armed trucking companies and those in the industry at large with helpful details about what drivers want and need, no one could have prepared for what was ahead in 2020.

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