October 2, 2019 – Talent is a company’s most valuable resource, and losing high-performing employees can really take a toll on a company’s bottom line. But the time, money, and manpower organizations put into making sure their employees are engaged enough to stay can be just as costly.
Employee engagement is a complex issue. Many different factors can lead workers to disengage, and what works to keep one person engaged may not necessarily inspire another. Organizational leaders can spin in circles trying to please everyone and never really touch on the deep-rooted issues at play.
The truth is that the most effective approach to shoring up employee engagement starts with getting back to basics. The key question every organization must ask is: “What can we do to promote the best employee experiences and enable workers to be successful?”
Here are a few solutions to this pressing challenge:
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