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No more boredom! Get engaged employees

Should employees have the right to sue for boredom?

Ask anyone how precious there life is and most people will reply “very precious”, so why do employers keep employees doing the same repetitive tasks. Providing the same repetitive goals and rewards?

HR technology can help change processes and online performance review software can provide a platform for continual challenge and recognition. No there’s no excuse for wasting people’s time or limiting your business results.

Employees need work that is stimulating, challenging and meaningful so that at the end of the day they go home feeling satisfied and with a sense of achievement. See how ActionHRM could help your business. Here are few free tips!

To reduce boredom, wasted time and improve results organisations should ensure

  • Repetition at work minimised
  • Regular performance reviews are conducted
  • Employees to share the outcome – i.e. appreciate the value of employee effort
  • Recognise and reinforce positive...

Workplace Internet Monitoring – will it reduce waste, or is it futile fight & privacy battleground?

Most of us would be hard pressed to deny use of use employer provided internet access and paid time for personal use.

In fact a survey by salary.com in 2012 found that over 64% of employees use employer provided internet access for personal use at some point each day. Most employees 68% spent less than 2 hours each week with close to 39% surveyed spending less than hour.

The challenge for companies is to find the correct line between time wastage minimisation and employee well being, productivity and happiness. Especially in today’s social and mobile connected world it’s no longer just a case of employers blocking specific sites – as employees can easily use personal smart phones to access the internet OR easily circumvent IT restrictions.

Some of the survey findings highlighted they key challenge for HR and business essentially whether this time truly wasted. Most employees (71%) felt that short breaks include personal internet surfing / reading made them more...