Press Release – 2010/09/13
Flagpole Software™ Offers Free How-To Guide and Video on Improving Employee Engagement
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Canonsburg, PA
Sep. 13, 2010 – – Flagpole Software, a leading provider of web applications and consulting in the areas of Employee Collaboration and Open Innovation, has released a how-to guide and companion video to help companies rapidly increase their Employee Engagement ratings.
The guide, entitled “Five Ways to Start Improving Employee Engagement by the End of the Day,” is available in white paper form directly from Flagpole at no cost. An accompanying video, which highlights certain information from the guide, paired with illustrations using Flagpole’s software applications, can be viewed there, as well.
Aimed at Managers and Executives, the guide is intended for companies that are actively searching for fast new approaches to engaging and motivating their employees. Both the guide and video offer tips that companies can use to rapidly connect employees with the corporate mission.
According to Flagpole, experts benchmark Employee Engagement at around 29% on average, an all-time low for American companies. Many of these same experts offer gradual or costly solutions to increase Employee Engagement over the long term. Flagpole’s guide focuses on five simple, fast-acting solutions that organizational leaders can implement immediately at very low cost, to turn employee disengagement around.
The free guide and video are located at http://www.flagpole-software.com/engagement.asp
For more information contact:MindMatters Technologies, Inc.
308 East Main Street
Carnegie, PA 15106
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