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What Is Employee Engagement? Employee engagement is the level to which employees are committed to the organization, feel invested and valued in their jobs, and are dedicated to the success of the company.
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Disengaged Employees Hurt Your Bottom Line
uncovers how many employees are not enthusiastic or contributing to
their work environment in a positive manner. It is not a comforting
thought to think that well over half (71% according to their study) of
your employees are “disengaged” or “actively disengaged”.
So, how do those employees who approach their responsibilities with
little enthusiasm or initiative affect your bottom-line? They hold your
company back from achieving the true potential that it actually
possesses. They keep your business static, and not innovating. They
provide mediocre (at best) customer service, and consequently lose your
company’s ability to encourage customer/client loyalty.
Engaged Employees Improve Your Bottom Line
That leaves the undeniable importance of finding innovative solutions
to problems, increasing efficiency, providing great customer service,
and generally progressing your business forward in the hands of the
minority. But that’s not new information. Traditionally, the
hierarchical structure that most businesses have employed promotes those
types of responsibilities to be shouldered by management. So why all
the hoopla about the need for more employee engagement?
The fact is that no matter how engaged, involved, or otherwise
efficient a manager is at their post, they are one person. Two heads are
better than one. Taking a proactive approach by asking for input from
all employees has massive benefits, and not just including a fresh
perspective to problems. Here are a few:
Reduce employee turnaround by listening to the suggestions of employees. Everyone likes feel that they are valued.
Improve procedures (every little bit of efficiency counts-especially when scaled)