Whether you call Employee Engagement, Employee Satisfaction, or Employee Empowerment, the goal is to have employees that are actively involved and giving their best effort. That isn’t always an easy thing to accomplish, but today we cover a few things to take into consideration to help you get there. Check out the website for more content www.bcbousa.com


Simply stated, employee engagement is the alignment of individual aspirations and organizational goals to better drive both business results and personal ambitions. Without an engaged staff, managers have a tough time accomplishing much–let alone the best–work possible. If employees are engaged in their work, they have a greater desire to work harder, to be more productive and to be more responsible in completing work to the best of their ability. When organizations make employee engagement a priority, they can obtain increased organizational profitability, productivity, flexibility, and employee retention, and better be able to attract talent as well.

What are 3 ways to get greater employee engagement? Recognition, or more specifically, recognition for high performance. It’s a simple concept: “thank workers when they do a good job.” Most people in a recent study considered themselves to be overworked and under appreciated. That is not a formula for good employee engagement. Career development is next – people want to know that they have a future with the company. They don’t want to get themselves into a “dead end” job with minimal chance for development. Lastly, the immediate manager. How an employees immediate manager engages with them and treats them plays a big role in one’s engagement. The company mission statement and leadership may be great, but if the immediate managers are not cultivating that positive atmosphere on a individual basis you may end up with employees just going through the motions.

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