The vast majority of people go to work, but how many actually do the work when they’re there? Sleepwalking through their day, doing the bare minimum to get things done, giving their employers little to no effort — these are all common and known practices of disengaged employees.
The most successful companies have the highest levels of employee engagement, and data backs this up. There is indeed a correlation between employee engagement and profitable revenue growth, and business leaders have to become more serious about this.
To increase revenue and enhance the overall performance of a company, a well-planned approach is needed.
The good news is, if you look for signs of employee disengagement you’ll find them (if they are there), and with the right strategy you can tackle them.
In this infographic we’ll explore what those signs are, along with the reasons why. Then we’ll show you how to overcome your employee disengagement challenges.
Small Business Trends: https://bit.ly/2HCKkjh
The Predictive Index: https://bit.ly/2mgwRp1
Forbes:https://bit.ly/2ks9BEa & https://bit.ly/2mmC1jt
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What is employee engagement?
It’s the willingness of an employee to help his company progress. It is a positive behavior, which manifests itself by a strong involvement in his work and by a great motivation. This allows the company to evolve both in terms of its activity and on a human level.
How to Improve Employee Engagement in the Workplace?
- 1. Ensure a strong corporate culture
- 2. Ensure good relationship with management
- 3. Foster good relationships between the colleagues
- 4. Think about employee recognition
- 5. Express meaning for work in your organization
- 6. Make well-being and work/life balance your priority
- 7. Allow more flexibility and autonomy
- 8. Invest in skills development and training