Category: Employee Feedback

From blue Mondays to Peachy Mondays – a journey to workplace happiness

A philosophy anchored in happiness  The success of any organisation is inevitably linked to its people. At Peachy Mondays, this understanding is foundational. Our ethos is straightforward yet deeply significant: “happy people work better.” This isn’t just a tagline; it’s our guiding principle. Every capability…

How continuous employee listening strategies create sustainable value

The Significance of Employee Engagement  In today’s dynamic business landscape, employees demand more than a paycheck; they yearn for purpose, autonomy, and recognition.  Engagement skyrockets when personal aspirations align with the organisational mission. The research underscores the link between engaged employees and heightened well-being, satisfaction,…

Unsettling economic shifts stoke financial wellbeing concerns among employees

As economic uncertainties mount, intensified by the Bank of England’s recent interest rate rise to 5%, there’s a sweeping wave of financial anxiety influencing the wellbeing of millions of people in the UK and Europe. From skyrocketing food prices to increased mortgages, rising rent and utility costs, employees are feeling the crunch. A holistic approach to financial wellbeing can help business leaders navigate these tumultuous times, and the first step is to listen more closely to their employees.

2023 Jobs Report indicates 25% job disruption – employee engagement time

Earlier this month at the World Economic Forum (WEF) Growth Summit, an Insight Report on the Future of Jobs was released. In this blog, we share some key trends and signals for organisations to embrace VoE initiatives to strengthen their talent pool, drive employee engagement, and navigate the ever-changing landscape of work.

Conscious Quitting – what is it and how can we address it?

Social justice, politics, and climate change used to be ‘no-go’ work conversations with many workplaces claiming ‘neutral ground’. But with increasing pressure for organisations to take a stand, and the rise of the B-Corp, employees are increasingly voting with their feet against companies with poor working and climate practices.

In this blog, we explore ‘conscious quitting’ – and how to identify whether that’s happening to you, and what steps you could take to retain consciously minded colleagues.