Employee Engagement

employee engagement employee motivation employee performance leadership Jan 04, 2023
Employee Engagement

Employee engagement refers to the extent to which employees feel invested in their work and committed to their organization. Research has shown that engaged employees are more likely to be productive, stay with the company longer, and have positive attitudes toward their work. Some factors that have been found to contribute to employee engagement include feeling valued and supported by the organization, having opportunities for growth and development, and having a positive work-life balance. There are a number of ways organizations can work to increase employee engagement, such as offering training and development opportunities, providing flexible work arrangements, and fostering a positive company culture.

There are a number of factors that can prevent employee engagement. Here are a few:

  1. Lack of clarity around expectations: When employees are not clear on what is expected of them, they may become disengaged.

When we engage our people, they willingly give more of their discretionary effort. With the landscape of employment shortages we are facing, it is more important now than ever before to create a strong engagement plan. Invest in your people. Invest in your culture. Build the kind of workplace people seek out for their careers!

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