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Employee benefits Ideas – Ideation

Here is a comprehensive compilation of the most creative Ideation related benefit ideas that enable innovative organizations deliver better value to their employees well beyond dental, health and pension options that most offer in their plans.

These ideas a relevant for all budgets and sizes of organizations and provide a simplified approach to Benefits planning to increase employee satisfaction.


 


 

Employee Benefits Ideas – Ideation

 

  • Employees at BASF Canada are encouraged to connect and share their stories with colleagues from across North America through the in-house “eTV” employee television network — the initiative features employee video blogs and offers company news and information

 

  • CIBC provides a number of communication and feedback tools to keep employees up to date and capture feedback, from the “Amazing Ideas” initiative that lets employees share and discuss ideas with colleagues on the company’s intranet, to the intranet-based “Newsfeed”, allowing employees to share photos and updates within an internal social network

 

  • Canadian Tire offers a number of communication and feedback tools to keep employees up to date and capture feedback, from “The Torch” newsletter and the aptly named “inTIREnet” intranet to the “HotiDEAS” online feedback forum, which offers employees opportunities to pitch their ideas directly to senior leadership

 

  • Corus recognizes employee contributions through a number of awards including the “Corus Citizenship Award” for top volunteers (includes a $5,000 donation to the winner’s charity), the “Creative Spark Award” to recognize and celebrate in-house talent, and the unique “Innovation Fund” to encourage employee creativity (awards are based on new ideas with the greatest potential return on investment)

 

  • Griffith Foods recognizes exceptional performance and achievement through individual and peer-nominated awards such as the “Fresh Ideas Awards”, for employee innovation and suggestions for improvement

 

 

 

Human Resources

Human Resources Consulting Firm TorontoWhat drives a great HR strategy? We have found that the most reliable and persuasive HR strategies are built on the intersections of the company’s capabilities, uniqueness and seamless execution. Businesses have to address a unique set of barriers that often require deeper insight. Arcus offers a fact based approach to align an organization’s strengths with customer needs.

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Dealing with complexity, constant change and resource optimization are priorities for growing for-profit and non-profit organizations. Change requires best practices in organizational effectiveness and flexible leadership. CEO’s need to learn about how to leverage best practices for effective change within their organizations. Benefits include substantial shareholder value, lower costs and streamlined businesses.

Our change model is based on practices of HROS (highly reliable organizations) in sectors with complex operations such as healthcare and nuclear energy. These organizations follow proven methodologies because human errors can have potentially catastrophic consequences. The comprehensive approach integrates process and human dimensions of change. Please review a few sample projects to learn more about our approach on an engagement.


 

Human Resources – Insights and Ideas

Human Resources – Insights and Ideas to help people managers optimize their strategies, strengthen retention and motivate staff. Read more.


 

Featured research: Beyond KPIs. The Importance of Building Trust.

Building Trust: “We need people in our lives with whom we can be as open as possible. To have real conversations with people may seem like such a simple, obvious suggestion, but it involves courage and risk.” –Thomas Moore


 

trustMany leaders can attest to this experience: You ask your team to carry out a task that has enough flexibility for creative input. Rather than making their own decisions, the team comes to you with an onslaught of questions, trying to pin down the exact parameters of the task. 

 

The reason for this behaviour is a lack of trust or possibly gaps in competencies. The latest results of the Arcus Trust Index survey indicate that trust in business in Canada has declined precipitously by 12 points to 42% over the past year. We haven’t seen a 12-point dip in the Arcus Index (that includes 55 dimensions of trust) since the Enron days. People simply don’t trust others like they used to. Read more.

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