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Engagement Weekly: Importance of Keeping Talented Employees Happy

Learn about the latest in employee engagement within various industries. This week’s influential authors look into the quiet revolution of employee engagement, why money isn’t a good motivator and the correlation between engagement and a company’s bottom-line.

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1. Employee Engagement Begins With Company Culture – Employee engagement should be a long-term strategy that has open communication and recognizes employees on a regular basis. Read More

2. 5 Ways to Nail Culture and Employee Engagement – From holding leaders accountable to trusting employees, there are many ways organizations can fine-tune the relationship between employee engagement and culture. Read More

3. Money Doesn’t Buy Employee Engagement – Communicate often with employees and have them give honest feedback when it comes to the work and the motivation behind staying or leaving. Read More

4. Why Firms Need Technology to Add the Human Touch to Employee Engagement – Technology creates a social platform for employees to bond through as well as present tangible rewards. Read More

5. A Quiet Revolution in Employee Engagement – As employees become more talented and valued, the more important employee engagement tactics become. Read More

6. Increasing Employee Performance and Engagement – An Effective Alternative – When employees are mentally healthy, the more productive and motivated they are while adding to the organization’s bottom-line. Read More

7. CEOs Failing to Advocate Employee Engagement – According to corporate recruitment specialist, VMA Group, company CEOs and managing directors are failing to advocate employee engagement in their businesses. Read More

8. 7 Magical ‘C’s’ of Employee Engagement That Organizations Need Today – It’s important that HR leaders engage the mind, heart and attitude of all of their employees. Read More

9. Managers and Employee Engagement – Key areas to focus on in order to improve engagement are: people management, feedback, goal setting, motivation, freedom and development. Read More

10. Why Your Employee Engagement Programs Fail – It’s important for leadership to see employee engagement as a product of what type of leader they are, who the employees are and the culture you both create. Read More