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DEX Digest - The Bot Platform - The Employee Love and Wellness Edition

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Despite lasting approximately 12,336 days, we’re finally out of January and into the depths of February, a season where if something can be turned into a heart-shape it most certainly will be… and after the drudgery of January, it is quite nice to see people getting into the celebratory spirit again; if someone wants to eat heart-shaped sweet treats covered in pink sprinkles, we say… let them eat cake!
February is the time to show love, either to our colleagues or to ourselves.
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Keep The Light Bright With These 5 HR Goals
Each day, statistics and articles are published focusing on “The Great Resignation”. No one can deny that people are leaving the workforce in record numbers for a myriad of reasons. Connecting managers and support staff is crucial to ensuring a productive and positive working environment.
Here are five goals from Human Resources Today for 2022 that will help keep the light bright within your organization. 
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Menopausal Women Need More Workplace Love
An article recently published in the Guardian reported that more than 1 million women in the UK could be forced out of their jobs this year because their employers are failing to support them as they go through the menopause.
Does your company have a Menopause Policy in place? It looks like this often ignored issue could lead to losing numerous talented women, all as a result of a lack of support, and in the period of The Great Resignation, it is imperative that we don’t.
The Power of Kindness at Work
According to a recent Harvard Review article, organizations benefit from actively fostering kindness. In workplaces where acts of kindness become the norm, the spillover effects can multiply fast. When people receive an act of kindness, they pay it back, research shows — and not just to the same person, but often to someone entirely new. This leads to a culture of generosity in an organization.
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A date to remember - Employee Appreciation Day
Talking of the power of kindness at work - Friday the 4th of March is Employee Appreciation Day. While recognition definitely shouldn’t be something only celebrated on one day, March 4th represents a great day to do a recognition based activation while also taking a good look at how you approach appreciation at your company. Getting it right can pay dividends. 
For example, 44% of employees switch jobs because of not getting adequate recognition for their efforts while 63% of employees who feel recognized are unlikely to look for a new job. According to Harvard Business Review, 72% of businesses agree that recognition impacts engagement positively, while Deloitte found that employee productivity and performance are 14% higher in organizations with recognition programs than in those without them.
We’ve seen many customers build recognition programs using our platform to great effect, such as Globe Telecom who saw a 900% increase in recognition year on year. 
Want to see how The Bot Platform could help your company with recognition? Give us a shout!
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