We all know that when employees are engaged at work, they feel a connection with the company and believe that the work they’re doing is important and therefore typical have a stronger loyalty.
Unfortunately, employee engagement is sometimes an afterthought. Instead, engaging employees should be practiced at all levels of the business hierarchy and cultivated on a ongoing basis. It’s all the little things that matter, like remembering to wish someone a Happy Birthday, congratulating on a work anniversary, giving an award for success or simply saying thank you.
Employees who are engaged at work feel satisfied with their careers and are generally engaged employees are cheerful employees.
People work for people, that’s why employee engagement is so important for everyone to be a part of.
This group will allow us all as leaders to drive employee engagement, provide a tool kit of resources to make the simple things easier, as well as to share what’s happening across sites and departments to drive engagement
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