Learn about the latest in employee engagement within various industries. This week’s influential authors look into employee engagement’s effect on brand reputation, why leadership needs to be more invested in engagement tactics and ways motivation can be killed in the work environment.
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1. The Real Reason to Care About Employee Engagement
Forbes.com – Employers should strive to create motivated employees with a “commitment mindset.” Read More
2. The 10 Biggest Killers of Employee Motivation
Eremedia.com – From inadequate rewards to micromanaging bosses, these motivation killers can impact employee’s overall happiness at work. Read More
3. Here’s Why Half Your Employees Will Be Gone in Less Than a Year
Inc.com – Employers need to create a mission statement employees believe in, show that they care, make their company culture unique and trust their employees in order to gain a higher retention rate. Read More
4. CEOs and Employee Engagement: Why the Two Need Each Other
Effectory.com – CEOs heavily influence employee engagement, confidence and commitment. Read More
5. When It Comes to True Employee Engagement, No Pain Equals No Gain
Entrepreneur.com – In order to gain better company culture and employee engagement, there will be growing pains. Read More
6. How Employee Engagement Jumpstarts Employee Advocacy
Theundercoverrecruiter.com – Recent employee advocacy stats say 93% of employees say they would be good advocates for the brand while 87% of employees see the career benefits from professional sharing. Read More
7. The Best Tools for Improving Employee Engagement
Tech.co – From rewards to competition, employers can increase employee motivation and engagement. Read More
8. Five Ways to Improve Employee Engagement With Your Brand
Ceo.com – When employees believe in and advocate for the brand, they can bring more value to the work and better customer service. Read More
9. How Does Employee Engagement Impact on Your Brand Reputation?
Business2community.com – Employee engagement should measure an employee’s attachment and relationship with the company, not just satisfaction within their role. Read More
10. Employee Engagement is Not the Pursuit…it is the Outcome!
Info.sequent.biz – Leadership needs to not only be involved in increasing employee engagement, but believe in it and work engagement from bottom up. Read More