Towers Watson’s 2012 Global Workforce Study provides a snapshot of the attitudes and concerns of 32,000 workers around the world. And it presents a new and more robust definition of engagement —sustainable engagement — designed for the 21st-century workplace.
Globally, nearly two-thirds (65%) of the more than 32,000 full-time workers participating in our study are not highly engaged. While this isn’t surprising — considering workers have been doing more with less, and for less, for over half a decade — it poses a significant risk for employers. What actions can they take to turn the tide, given the significant implications of declining engagement on productivity and performance?
HCI webcast attendees will learn critical insights on how they can focus on sustainable engagement and take their organizations to the next level. Webcast topics will include:
How does Sustainable Engagement differ from more traditional notions, and what are the implications for business performance?
How can employers influence Sustainable Engagement, i.e., what are its strongest drivers?
How do these drivers vary for different segments of the workforce?
Employee engagement is always a timely topic. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to hear directly Towers Watson experts, Adam Zuckerman and Jill Perkins about the current state of employee engagement.