I don’t mean to be a Negative Nancy, but I’m going to go there, let’s talk about the dark stuff. There’s no reason to sugar coat it; work is inherently stressful. There are deadlines, budgets, people, decisions – no matter how much you love your job, from time to time, there’s going to be something Read More

(And Why I Think You Should Make Your Employees Do Them.) Let’s be clear, I just finished my annual performance self-review. We have an amazing HR team that trimmed down the process. The questions were thought-provoking and applicable; it was technically painless; and it took me less than an hour. Overall the process was flawless, Read More

Four Ways to Engage Your Employees During March Madness It’s March! Basketball fans across America are rejoicing that the big tournament is finally upon us. Meanwhile, executives are seeing red dollar signs roll in their eyes. But guess what I saw… (but seriously, you’ll never guess.) I saw statistics about March Madness that are POSITIVE. Read More

It’s 5:00 pm. You slam the laptop closed, race out the door, and start thinking about your evening. Let’s see… there’s dinner, soccer practice, laundry… let the games begin! Hold up – for two minutes. We promise it will be worth it. According to a study done by the University of Florida, stress level & Read More

Teamphoria takes its employee engagement software to Australia, Great Britain, and Canada through channel reseller partnerships, distribution agreements, and direct sales. Teamphoria announces their entrance to the international market by inking partnership with Corporate Edge, a leading human resources consultancy in Australia. Corporate Edge is now offering Teamphoria, employee engagement and company culture management software, Read More

At Teamphoria, we follow HR trends and news pretty closely. It seems that every day new surveys and studies are being released painting a dire picture of employee engagement levels across the nation. While we agree that it’s important to stay on top of trends and learn from others, we don’t think it’s beneficial to Read More

So if you told me last week that I’d be writing about how the random reptile in our pond improved the company culture of our organization, I would have responded with, “Are you on crack?” because really… really… what are the chances of an alligator in our pond? And why on earth would it have Read More

I’ve never been one to follow the ways of the White House Budget very closely. Heck, I can barely manage my bank account, much less understand how on earth you begin to breakdown a $4 trillion budget request. However a recent article in the Washington Post, “Six ways the White House budget would affect federal Read More

6 Inexpensive (or Free!) Ways to Cheer Up your Team The high of getting back to the grind after the holidays has worn off, the slump of winter has set in around the office. All of the glittery decorations are gone. You still haven’t lost those extra 5 pounds you packed on over the holidays, Read More

The new graduating class is about to join the workforce. Brace yourselves, folks. You are about to see some crazy dates come across the resumes on your desk. Born sometime around 1993, these young adults have only seen one President Bush in the Oval Office and have grown up on laptops and cell phones. Put Read More