Posted on: Mar 05, 2014
The term employee engagement is used to describe the behaviour of employees who are willing to “give” rather than “take”, who go above and beyond, and have mutual commitments to an organisation. It can also be defined as:
“unlocking employee potential to drive high performance, resulting in the capture of discretionary effort.”
According to this video, on average only 30% of employees are engaged in their workplace. Just think of the potential gains that could be made if you could increase this! Watch the video below to learn some quick tips on how to become an engaged employer, and increase your organisation’s productivity.
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