journey mapping

Investing time into employee journey mapping, if done correctly, will have a noticeable impact on the employee experience at your organization.

What comes to mind when you hear the term “Corporate CULTure?”

employee onboarding

Over the last couple of decades, there has been more emphasis on play at work.

Conflict at work is integral to creating a workplace where risk-taking and speaking your mind are encouraged.

By conflict at work, I mean the value of speaking your mind, taking risks, and not being afraid to disagree with how things are.

I’m in the opinion that employees come first before customers and shareholders.

Putting customers first can be a bit of a hard sell, but is a long-term investment that if done correctly, is one of the best ways to help your organization grow.


I would like to address the issue which I dub the FAANG effect, a result of copying the FAANG companies.

Employee engagement strategies — Striking fear in the heart of HR and organizations since…well… forever!

Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash

This article will tackle the following:

  1. The impact of low employee engagement.

Playficient (Wrriten by Paul Lopushinsky)

(Law-puh-shin-ski). Founder of Playficient. Helping Organizations cut through the BS in the employee experience.

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