The Intersection of Employee Engagement and Business Success




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It’s been said employees are the lifeblood of an organization.  If that’s true, engaged employees are what make that lifeblood powerful.  It’s not enough employees simply come to work every day.  They have to be entrenched in the culture and have a vested interest in the success of the company.  Otherwise, the organization runs a much higher risk of failing.  And in a world where, on average, 70% of the global workforce is disengaged, the threat is real.

the intersection of employee engagement and business success

The Intersection of Employee Engagement and Business Success from the HR Exchange Network takes a look at the current state of affairs in the employee engagement space.  It discusses exactly what engagement and disengagement is, how each occurs and how to support engagement while discouraging disengagement.  The report also provides an in-depth look at the importance of engagement in the employee lifecycle as well as the role data plays in the strategy.

Readers will:

  1. Learn what causes engagement and disengagement in employees
  2. The most important part of the employee lifecycle when it comes to employee engagement
  3. Understand the role of data in engagement and how to turn discovery into action
  4. Hear from active thought leaders from Elkay Manufacturing, GE Healthcare, Gap, Inc. and University Federal Credit Union

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