The data proves that minimizing employee turnover improves your bottom line. On average, companies with low turnover rates rake in profits four times larger than those with employee retention problems. This is attributable to several factors, including the costs associated with training, hiring, and onboarding new hires, and productivity lost through unfilled vacancies.
Virtual Jeopardy is an exciting way to spice up the work week with some good ol’ fashion trivia! With this virtual game show, you'll have an opportunity to challenge your team members' problem-solving skills and make them think critically about the questions on the board as they work through the different categories as a team, trying to take home the win.
Family Feud is a game show classic we all know and love. You probably enjoyed watching the show on TV with your friends and family and even tried to play along with the show from the comfort of your couch.
After a long week or a super busy month at work, everyone deserves a drink! When you worked in person in an office, you probably went out to happy hour with your team members frequently. It may have even been an ongoing tradition in the workplace that everyone looked forward to every week or month. We’re here to let you know that virtual happy hours can have just as many perks as an in-person happy hour does.
Do you have a team of foodies always sharing their favorite recipes throughout the work week? Or maybe, you have a Slack or Teams channel dedicated to cooking and sharing dishes with one another in their spare time. If this sounds like your team, it may be a sign you need to plan a cooking class experience for them for your next team-building activity.
Getting tired of the same ol’ happy hours with your coworkers? Are you logging into zoom and running out of things to talk about? It may be a sign that your team needs a more interactive experience.
If you’ve been on the hunt for an exciting online experience for your team, you may have run across virtual escape games. These provide a hands-on, interactive experience that’s great for team building, entertainment, and employee-centric activities. They promote engagement in the workplace and challenge your team to think critically about their surroundings.
If you have a remote-based team, you may start to run into some challenges keeping employees' spirits high and ensuring that everyone is comfortable and happy with their teammates. Even though we often spend more than eight hours a day working with our team, it can be hard to connect with them on a more personal level when things get busy. Scheduling quarterly or monthly virtual employee engagement events is an effective solution that can show your company values team building and encourages connections among team members.
We’re always on the hunt for new and interactive ways to promote team building during the workweek. Team building is key to a thriving company culture. It helps your employees build a stronger connection and improves the workplace experience for everyone. However, after sitting at your desk all day every day, it can be hard to ask your team to sit at a computer for a team-building exercise.
Vocabulary games can be a great tool to help encourage engagement in the workplace and get creative juices flowing in new directions. These games challenge your team members to use their critical-thinking skills and think outside the box.