The 3 things I know about employee engagement? You know this is on your mind on a late summer Friday, so check it: 1. Discretionary effort is the only outcome of true employee engagement worth discussing.
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Great article focusing on the 3 main points of employee engagement. The video include the latest research.
Employee engagement is one of the most over-used phrases in business. But there’s a good reason for that, according to Scott Ahlstrand, a vice president at global HR and talent management company Right Management.
Fortune 500 Firms Divulge Employee Engagement CSR Strategies Environmental Leader A MillerCoors zero-waste brewery and McDonald's “Best of Green” contest, in which employees come up with ways to reduce restaurants' environmental footprint, are...
Shore up employee engagement, retention with surveys and strategy Employee Benefit News Roughly one in five new employees leave their organization within their first year, compared to less than one in 10 for all employees, finds PwC Saratoga's...
If you have spent any time traveling in the HR landscape, chances are at some point or another you've found yourself in what I would call “Employee Engagement Hell.” With a nod to Dante, I thought it might be fun to map the ...
How do you measure engagement? I’m asked that question often, from both employee engagement skeptics looking to frame the effort as voodoo, and from true believers who know engagement when they see it, but still want to know how to quantify it.
Employers and potential employees both have a responsibility to make sure a position is a good fit. Beyond that, however, a company’s style of management bears a great deal of credit or blame as to whether someone like Fiona ends up a happy and engaged worker, or as just another 9-to-5er going through the motions until quitting time.
But as long as the job gets done, does employee engagement matter? Turns out it does, very much. Gallup did an extensive study of the effect of high employee engagement in 2012. They looked at almost 50,000 businesses that included roughly one and a half million employees in 34 countries and discovered that work organizations that score in the top half of employee engagement have double the odds of success of those in the bottom half. Not only that, but those at the 99th percentile of engagement have four times the success rate.
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