Keep ahead of the engagement curve by increasing your employees' return on investment.
The case has been made by research organizations, experts and successful companies across the globe that employee engagement has a significant impact on employee performance, retention, and creativity. Still, only 1 in 3 employees worldwide are engaged. Part of this is due to the fact that changes in the world of work are making it more difficult for organizations to make employee engagement a priority. These changes include poor economic conditions, the increase of globalization, changing demographics, and decreased loyalty for both employees and organizations. This webinar will prepare you for the future of employee engagement, which will help you make it a priority while adapting to this changing world.
Get ready for Engagement 2020, where “Investment” is a key driver.
Understand what Investment is – a mutually beneficial relationship in which the employee consciously contributes those things that the organization values (e.g. skills, time, effort), and in return, the organization invests in what the employee values (e.g. compensation, development, recognition).
Identify the elements required to have a workforce that is not just engaged, but invested.
Gain executive buy-in to engagement by focusing on employee investment, a state that has a much more direct impact on the organization’s bottom line.
Minimize the challenges to engagement that are associated with dispersed teams due to increased teleworking and globalization by focusing on improving employee investment levels.