Saturday, October 31, 2020

Employee Engagement

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The facts are in: 34% of employees want to leave their current employer in the next 12 months.  Imagine the dislocation, added recruiting and training costs, decreased productivity, higher workers comp mod factors, among other expenses. 

The Gallup Q12 poll shows: only 33% of employees are engaged, 49% are not engaged, and 18% are actively disengaged, meaning that 67% of the workforce is either underperforming or actively undermining the performance of your high achievers.  Conversely, employee engagement drives business outcomes: greater profit, customer focus, safety, turnover, and sales. Companies in the top 10% have 3 times the Earnings Per Share (EPS) as the average company.

Where to begin?

Employee engagement should be a core strategy.  While it is a human resource initiative, it becomes a strategic foundation supported by tactics for change and improvement,    achieving corporate profit goals, supported by employees who are “Raving Fans”.   

Partner with Fredericks Benefits to begin your journey to corporate excellence rooted in employee engagement. 

Your first tactical initiative is to conduct an employee engagement survey, to see where you and your employees are at.  From that a strategy and tactics will evolve.

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