The waves of employee engagement just keep flowing as organizations and individuals not only recognize the importance of engagement but take action to foster more authentic employee engagement within their organization.
Carmine Gallo, a Business Week columnist chipped in with the growing tide of recognition for the importance of employee engagement.
Creating a Great Place to Work
The research and consulting firm Great Place to Work Institute recently issued its annual list of the best companies to work for in the U.S. ….While benefits are important, our conversations show that employee engagement is crucial—employees want to work in an environment where they have a voice.
Griffin Hospital leaders tell me the secret to landing on the list for eight straight years is a policy of open communication and action with their patients, employees, and volunteers. They say their managers go beyond simply listening to actively soliciting input, and managers turn that information into tangible improvements.
How crucial is your employee engagement?
- Is employee engagement crucial in your organization?
- Do employees have a voice?
- Are your managers listening?
- Do they turn what they hear into tangible improvements?
If you would like to get involved in some crucial and engaging conversations about employee engagement and the difference it can make for individuals, organizations, and leaders join The Employee Engagement Network.
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