Employee Engagement in 50 Words
The 50 word case study is a new feature on the Employee Engagement Network. Each case study is exactly 50 words. Your reply must also be 50 words or less. Are you ready to engage in 50/50? I would like to credit Rajesh Setty with the concept of the 50 word case study. You can read his Change This manifesto by clicking here.
Employee Engagement Network Case #1: Andrew’s Irritation
Andrew felt stressed and irritated. he was placed in charge of the employee engagement initiative for Oxon, a three hundred employee manufacturing firm because the president thought Oxon should “get this employee engagement thing.” Andrew was already far too busy, thought engagement was just a fad so he ignored it.
Please respond in 50 words or less.
You can respond in the comments on this blog but I encourage you to respond on the Employee Engagement Network by clicking here.