No. of mini-lessons4
No. of mini-lessons 4
It’s called work for a reason. Or so they say. Most of us don’t expect work to be something that we actually enjoy. We’d rather clock out after our shift and go home unfulfilled.
Consequences of this negative attitude include stress and low productivity, enthusiasm and energy, which may result in high staff turnover and reduced profits.
Thankfully, there are ways to revitalize work and become engaged. Doing so offers some great benefits, like better job satisfaction, improved health and well-being, and more. Helping others to become engaged too can decrease staff turnover while increasing revenue growth.
How you can contribute to employee engagement
What are the benefits of an engaging culture at work
How to promote a culture of workplace engagement
Why your teams need this course
Although the responsibility of measuring employee engagement has been given to the HR team, the truth is, to truly find out how engaged the workforce is, the responsibility should be shared. Senior leaders and direct managers should consider taking this course alongside HR employees, because we can all contribute to improving engagement at work.
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