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Engagement Weekly: Trust Employees in Their Work

Learn about the latest in employee engagement within various industries. This week’s influential authors look into trusting employees more, top 10 workplace trends for 2016 and employee feedback tools to track engagement in the new year.

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1. What is the Impact of Employee Engagement on Customer Satisfaction? – If businesses want to increase their customer experience, they need to first look at the state of their employee engagement. Read More

2. How Any Company Can Increase Employee Engagement to Drive Big Results with Their Customers – It’s important for organizations to build stronger relationships with their employees first, and then look at external factors, such as customer acquisition or loyalty strategies. Read More

3. The Top 10 Trends That Will Change The Way We Work in 2016 – From increase in remote work to business transparency, these will impact work environments and businesses around the world. Read More

4. 10 Employee Feedback Tools to Trace Your Team’s Engagement – Feedback systems can help organization gauge where they’re at and what future goals to set with employee engagement and employee retention. Read More

5. Myths and Half-Truths About Employee Commitment – Employee commitment involves continual effort to connect employees with their jobs on a emotional level. Read More

6. The Job Perks Your Employees Really Care About – The best employee engagement tactics give employees more control within their careers, and make them feel valued at work. Read More

7. Employee Retention: It’s Not As Difficult As You Think – When organizations target poor management, bad company culture and career growth, employee retention becomes easier. Read More

8. 4 Early Warning Signs an Employee Is Losing Interest – From disengagement to keeping ideas and opinions to themselves, these can be warning signs for unmotivated employees at work. Read More

9. The Worldwide Employee Engagement Crisis – According to Gallup Daily tracking, worldwide, only 13% of employees working for an organization are engaged. Read More

10. Let Go of Control For More Engaged Employees – The best way to show confidence is to trust and give autonomy to your employees. Read More