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WHAT IS EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT?

WHAT IS EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT?

Employee engagement is a workplace approach that will significantly lower the risk of staff turnover.

When successfully implemented throughout a business this will result in happy, committed and motivated employees. When initially considering how engaged your employees are, it is simple to confuse this with how satisfied your employees may currently be within their job role. However, ensuring a clear distinction between general levels of satisfaction and genuine employee engagement is crucial for building an effective employee engagement strategy, ultimately transforming an organisation with lasting results.

WHY IS EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IMPORTANT?

WHY IS EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IMPORTANT?

The importance of employee engagement cannot be overstated – employee engagement strategies have been proven to achieve up to 5 times more revenue growth.

Reduce staff turnover by 67%, improve productivity and efficiency by up to 50%, retain customers, and potentially increase profits by as much as 20%. When employees are engaged and happy, it infuses with everything they do, they become more productive, enthusiastic and work efficient. Engaged employees also have a positive effect on customer satisfaction, people who are passionate about their work often are the most appropriate employees to interact with your customer: passion is infectious and your customers will take notice.
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POTENTIALLY INCREASED PROFITS

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IMPROVED PRODUCTIVITY AND EFFICIENCY

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REDUCED STAFF TURNOVER

HOW DO WE IMPLEMENT EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT?

HOW DO WE IMPLEMENT EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT?

There are several methods you can use to implement employee engagement throughout your organisation, it may not succeed with everyone, however, by focusing on your employees you will undoubtedly increase the likelihood of majority engagement and thereby maximise your team’s overall performance.

  • Awareness of the importance of the quality of the job itself
  • Awareness of and easy access to company benefits offered
  • Opportunities for personal growth and development
  • Continuous feedback, encouragement and training
  • Clear understanding of your organisational goals, and why engagement is important
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WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT?

WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT?

It is a common misconception that HR or management should be responsible for employee engagement, however, in order to successfully implement employee engagement throughout your entire organisation, everyone has a responsibility.

This ranges from top-level leadership to HR, team managers, and employees. Although a variety of roles will exist, each individual and team should be responsible for the success of your organisation’s employee engagement initiative.

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