You hear the words “employee engagement” and you might think of happy hours on Fridays or company camping trips. But the truth is far more pragmatic: When employees are engaged, they don’t drain profits from the company.
It’s not just your organization, by the way. The epidemic of disengagement has infected 70% of workers. And according to Gallup, these disengaged workers are showing up to work, but their lack of interest or inspiration is costing US businesses anywhere from $450-$550 billion a year in lost productivity.
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What if You Could Solve the Disengagement Problem?
Culture and Collaboration: 2 Keys to Greater Employee Engagement
So imagine if you could direct your culture so that it builds up the spirit of collaboration throughout the entire organization. Think about what kind of impact that would have on engagement. Especially since
So How Do You Increase Employee Engagement?
Go read our post on 5 Easy-to-Execute Strategies to Skyrocket Your Employee Engagement. You won’t be disappointed.