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Ways to Improve Employee Engagement
Posted by Insightlink on 01/15/14
Disengaged employees are a problem that almost every business experiences at one time or another. When an employee is disengaged, this means that he is not happy or enthusiastic about his job. This is harmful because unhappy employees tend to not have the motivation or the desire to have the best performance possible. Some ways to improve engagement are outlined below.
Engaging employees starts at the management level and ends at the employee level. When your business considers the changes needed to engage all or most of their employees, the changes must be on all levels of your organization. Studies have proven that engaged employees have higher customer satisfaction and lower absenteeism than non-engaged and fully disengaged employees.
Where does your company stand on each of the critical "4Cs" of employee engagement and satisfaction?
How many of each do you have?
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