It’s now an oft-quoted fact, employee engagement is a top issue on the minds of business leaders and is a critical component of company success. But, what is employee engagement? The definition isn’t always consistent; however, there are a few agreed upon elements. Employee engagement includes:
The emotional commitment an employee has to the organization and its purpose and goals.
Engaged employees don’t just work for a paycheck, bonus or promotion. They believe in the company’s values and work toward its success, which also enhances their own sense of wellbeing.
Engaged employees’ are motivated to contribute, evidenced by their behavior and level of effort.
Disengaged employees can cost your company a lot of money due to declining productivity, turnover, absenteeism, poor customer service, and the inability to realize the full potential of the organization. However, companies with a formal engagement strategy in place are 67% more likely to improve their revenue per full-time equivalent on a year-over-year basis. Want to become one of the best places to work? Learn how in our complimentary ebook!
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