A New eBook to Help Empower, Communicate, and Engage Your Employees with Access to Company Resources
There are three types of employees: engaged, not-engaged, and actively disengaged. Engaged employees have a passion for their company and are driven for personal and organizational success. Not-engaged employees are those who seem to be just getting by and put no passion or energy into their work. Actively disengaged employees can bring the whole organization down with their negativity and unhappiness.
While it has been proven that engaged employees are valuable, there are also significant costs with disengaged employees. Engaged employees are better able to contribute to and improve multiple aspects of their company through customer ratings, profitability, productivity, and quality; while disengaged employees may cause safety incidents, shrinkage, and absenteeism.
Why Engagement Matters
Engagement is, in short, the connection employees feel to their employers. This connection is built and strengthened (or weakened) in various ways. Engagement can be affected by company policies, practices, the workplace environment and company culture, or even the everyday actions of managers and executives. All business functions should be aligned to communicate the level of value the company places on its employees. Engagement levels plummet when employees feel undervalued, mistreated, or dissatisfied at work. Increasing active engagement vastly improves employee loyalty and morale, and reduces turnover.
Engagement can be improved in various ways. The Continuwell platform enhances employee engagement by allowing for flexibility and mobility, providing efficient communication methods, and offering valuable tools and features that allow employees to easily access the company resources that matter for their work. This eBook examines in detail why employee engagement matters to employers and outlines steps employers can take to increase engagement, reduce turnover, and improve communication.
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