There's more to employee engagement than weekend dinners and lunchtime gossips, and these factors can impact your organizational goals in a positive way.
A 2020 survey in the UK revealed that more than half of its working population is considering finding a new job this year. ~25% of the employees are actively looking for a job change. Billions of dollars are poured every year by employers on hiring new talent as retaining high-performing employees is becoming more challenging.
Today, everyone is looking to find the right job where they can find a work-life balance and a great work culture. While some organizations have utilized employee engagement solutions to reduce their attrition rate by > 40% from an issue that very much had a work-life balance at its essence, the concept of work-life balance remains paradoxical.
In today’s hyper-connected world, it is extremely difficult to separate work life from personal life. Hence, HR managers should focus on employee’s overall happiness and
well-being and not just life at work. Engagement, happiness, and satisfaction, although inter-connected, are different concepts but they must be managed in a single go.
This paper aims to provide HR leaders with the necessary tools to look beyond employee satisfaction and achieve employee engagement.
In this guide, you will learn more on