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Employee Engagement

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Glint is the people success platform that leverages real-time people data to help global organizations increase employee engagement, develop their people, and improve results. Leading brands like United, Roche and Sky leverage Glint’s unique combination of intuitive design, sophisticated analytics, and actionable intelligence to help employees be happier and more successful at work.

The Importance of Employee Engagement Surveys


Employee engagement only really began gaining traction back in the 1990s when employers started to recognize the benefits of treating workers as a resource to drive the business forward.


HR teams can become true strategic advisors, putting their people programs at the core of organizational success.

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HR360 Summit 2020

Join Global HR Leaders as they benchmark their response to the pandemic

Navigating Challenges

Navigating Challenges: An Employee Engagement Toolkit for People Leaders

When natural patterns in our work and personal lives become impacted by a major event like the coronavirus pandemic, that disruption can introduce significant emotional and psychological distress. It also has a very personal impact on our core human needs for safety and security. Without addressing these fundamental concerns, it’s difficult for organizations to run “business as usual.”

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Report Snap Shot

This report from Glint looks at what people need from their employer in order to remain happy, productive and successful during times of distress.

A continuous employee feedback loop drives performance, engagement, and retention.

9 Common Employee Feedback Mistakes LEARN MORE

It's Time to Modernize Your Performance Management

Modern performance management drives performance and engagement through development and feedback. There is no one "right" set of practices for performance management – but there are right principles.


Trends and Predictions for 2020

What does the future of People Success look like?