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Melanie Quinn
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Jul 27, 2010
Melanie Quinn replied to Pete Blank's discussion Undercover Boss: Engaging his Employees or Clever Marketing Ploy
"I think the concept of this show is excellent. I did not see the first show, but I did catch the episode about Hooters. It is amazing how out of touch c level management is with their employees. I think it would be a good practice for the top line…"
Feb 19, 2010
Melanie Quinn replied to Faye Schmidt's discussion How often should engagement be measured?
"There is a fine line between surveying too much or too little. For an organization that is having a lot of internal issues, they should do a mass engagement survey to identify the problems within the organization. They should follow up with an…"
Feb 19, 2010
David Zinger left a comment for Melanie Quinn
"Hi Melanie: It looks like it is your birthday tomorrow. If that is the case I wish you an early birthday and all the best in the coming year. Take care, stay engaged, and may the year ahead be full of engaging moments. David"
Oct 27, 2009
Melanie Quinn joined Jennifer Schulte's group
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Engagement Directors & Practitioners

Are you responsible for engagement in your organization? Is it in your job title? Let's form a group where we can share best practices and ask questions as the practitioners of 'corporate' engagement!See More
Aug 21, 2009
Melanie Quinn commented on Melanie Quinn's blog post 5 Reasons Why you Need Employee Surveys, even in this Economy
"Ray: Do you happen to have a link to that article?"
Aug 21, 2009
Ray Seghers commented on Melanie Quinn's blog post 5 Reasons Why you Need Employee Surveys, even in this Economy
"I just read a newsletter that pointed out that voluntary turnover was up even during the recession. If this is true, it underscores the need to involve employees and work with them to build engagement and to retain them."
Aug 21, 2009
Melanie Quinn replied to Melanie Quinn's discussion Employee Survey Methods
"Thanks for you reply Ben. I edited the post to add one on one meetings and focus groups."
Aug 20, 2009
Melanie Quinn posted a blog post

Carnival of HR

Hey everyone, The new carnival of HR is up over at the Training Time Blog... There is some great reading there... (My company's blog was featured also)http://training-time.blogspot.com/2009/08/carnival-of-hr-comes-to-town.htmlSee More
Aug 20, 2009
Alan Smith commented on Melanie Quinn's blog post Keeping your employees – Employee Engagement Research is critical to your business success
"I believe the key to engagement is employees having passion for what they can control, or perceive that they can control. Too many companies are leaned out so much that they can't take the time to stop and listen to their employees ideas (some…"
Aug 18, 2009
Melanie Quinn posted a blog post

Keeping your employees – Employee Engagement Research is critical to your business success

When the economy does finally take a positive turn, Human Resource professionals agree that turnover will rise significantly as the job market improves. What you do now as an employer is paramount to your short and longer term success when the economy snaps back into shape.Read more....http://www.captureisg.com/blog/2009/08/keeping-your-employees/See More
Aug 17, 2009
Melanie Quinn commented on Melanie Quinn's blog post 5 Reasons Why you Need Employee Surveys, even in this Economy
"I agree with the caveat that you must use the results as well. If the results are not used, then conducting the research is a waste of time, as well a kick the the companies morale. Stephen- I did mention interviews, which is what prefer to call…"
Aug 10, 2009
Ray Seghers commented on Melanie Quinn's blog post 5 Reasons Why you Need Employee Surveys, even in this Economy
"Thanks, Melanie, I agree 100%. I aslo agree with the caveat to ensure that there is a commitment to actually use the results. This is true no matter the economic situation."
Aug 6, 2009
Stephen J. Gill commented on Melanie Quinn's blog post 5 Reasons Why you Need Employee Surveys, even in this Economy
"Melanie, you present five good reasons to conduct employee surveys (engagement, satisfaction, learning needs, etc.) but I also agree with Jason's caveats. There is no sense doing a survey if you don't have organization buy-in to use the…"
Aug 6, 2009
Jason Grieve commented on Melanie Quinn's blog post 5 Reasons Why you Need Employee Surveys, even in this Economy
"Melanie, I 100% agree with you - it is vital to continue engaging with colleagues particularly in difficult times like now and colleague opinion surveys are a great way of doing so. However, there is no point in conducting EE surveys if you're…"
Aug 6, 2009
Melanie Quinn posted a blog post

5 Reasons Why you Need Employee Surveys, even in this Economy

I have seen postings recently suggesting that many employers are considering doing away with employee surveys; many cite the costs associated with these surveys. You have to acknowledge the poor economy at a time like this: we are all feeling the pinch.I think everyone would agree that had our government been PROACTIVE rather than REACTIVE, this recession might not have been so severe. This reasoning can be applied to business models also. Now, more than ever, we don’t want to find ourselves in…See More
Jul 30, 2009

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Who are you?
I am the Assistant Vice President of Corporate Operations for CaptureISG. We provide employee surveys to a variety of different clients including: Financial Services, Hospitals, management consultants and Human Resource Providers.
What is your interest or involvement in employee engagement?
My company, CaptureISG, provides employee surveys to a variety of different clients including: Financial Services, Hospitals, management consultants and Human Resource Providers. I am interested in discussing how others view engagement.
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Melanie Quinn's Blog

Carnival of HR

Hey everyone, The new carnival of HR is up over at the Training Time Blog... There is some great reading there... (My company's blog was featured also)

http://training-time.blogspot.com/2009/08/carnival-of-hr-comes-to-town.html

Posted on August 20, 2009 at 10:16am

Keeping your employees – Employee Engagement Research is critical to your business success

When the economy does finally take a positive turn, Human Resource professionals agree that turnover will rise significantly as the job market improves. What you do now as an employer is paramount to your short and longer term success when the economy snaps back into shape.

Read more....

http://www.captureisg.com/blog/2009/08/keeping-your-employees/

Posted on August 17, 2009 at 3:36pm — 1 Comment

5 Reasons Why you Need Employee Surveys, even in this Economy

I have seen postings recently suggesting that many employers are considering doing away with employee surveys; many cite the costs associated with these surveys. You have to acknowledge the poor economy at a time like this: we are all feeling the pinch.



I think everyone would agree that had our government been PROACTIVE rather than REACTIVE, this recession might not have been so severe. This reasoning can be applied to business models also. Now, more than ever, we don’t want to find… Continue

Posted on July 30, 2009 at 3:00pm — 6 Comments

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At 8:02am on October 27, 2009, David Zinger said…
Hi Melanie:
It looks like it is your birthday tomorrow. If that is the case I wish you an early birthday and all the best in the coming year. Take care, stay engaged, and may the year ahead be full of engaging moments.
David
At 12:53pm on July 29, 2009, David Zinger said…
Melanie:

I am so pleased you joined us. Looks like you offer very good stuff at CaptureISG:


Welcome to the network. Engage in conversations here and you will find good information and great people. Let me know how I can assist you.

David
At 12:26pm on July 28, 2009, Stuart H. Marion said…
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It's official. Employee engagement is the new black. I’ve been writing and thinking a lot about it lately, as have others. The very notion of how leaders and employees engage has slowly morphed away from ‘companies have to do this because employees want it’ to ‘companies have to do this [...]

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