3 Reasons Employee Engagement is Declining & How Managers Can Improve It
Article from Forbes.com
Employee engagement is one of those management attributes that can be hard to define. Different companies characterize it differently, but there’s one thing they pretty much all agree on: They do want engaged employees. Why? Engaged employees are usually more committed, hardworking, and productive.
There are three measures in particular at the heart of substantive problems management often deals with – problems that if not resolved have far-reaching consequences on employee engagement, productivity and retention. The three measures are: Lack of Employee Recognition, Lack of Transparency, and Disconnection from Peers.
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Employee engagement has long been a concern in the U.S. workforce, but — perhaps now more than ever — it represents a vital component of employee attraction and retention. For the modern workforce, an engaging work environment is a fundamental expectation, a baseline requirement. Many employees refuse to settle for an organization that does not strategically prioritize engagement.
Creating a culture of engagement requires more than completing an annual employee survey and then leaving managers on their own, hoping they will learn something from the survey results that will change the way they manage. It requires an organization to take a close look at how critical engagement elements align with their performance development and human capital strategies.
How are some highly-engaged organizations focusing on the development of individuals and teams through employee engagement? Click here to find out in the full article!
Recognition for length of service is frequently used as a foundation of employee engagement strategies.
In fact, studies show that 87% of organizations have programs in place for recognizing employee length of service. These programs reward the dedication of employees who have built a career within the organization and strengthen the connection between organization and employee.
Research indicates that employees who feel valued by their organization express job satisfaction, performing to their full potential for reduced turnover. Contact us today to learn more about service recognition and how it can impact your overall employee engagement strategy!