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Click here for full article: Engagement is Driven by Feelings of Support and Belief in Future Succe

I read and review many reports on internal branding, and employee engagement to stay abreast of the latest trends and direction in branding, marketing, HR and organizational transformation. This week I came across an interesting study that was recently completed by Quantum Workplace, that raised some interesting issues regarding the value of “feelings” of your employees and the impact that “feelings” have on employee engagement and future success.

Posted by Allan Steinmetz at 1:00am

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Taking The Vote To The Office

The ability to vote is obviously an integral facet of our culture, but technology has allowed voting to occur in many places outside of the traditional ballot box. Marketers have increasingly tapped into their customer’s voice in order to get instant feedback on existing and potential products and services.

Posted by Matt Manning at 11:00am

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Would A Millennial Want To Work For GE?

GE to millennials is like the big bad wolf to baby boomers. Apparently GE’s employer value proposition has shifted to make it appear cool to work at the company, while also doing meaningful work. There was once a time where working for GE was reaching a pinnacle in one’s career. But over the years, with the advent of entrepreneurial startups it seems as if everyone wants to work for Google, Facebook, and Twitter rather than one of the “behemoths” of our past.

Posted by Allan Steinmetz at 11:00am

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