It is common practice for organizations to capture employee engagement data on their workforce. Many companies tout high or improved engagement scores, but what does that mean to the bottom line?
Engaged employees are a company’s greatest competitive advantage, and successful companies know that employee disengagement is a serious profit killer. In fact, Disengagement costs the US economy almost $550 billion per year in lost productivity. It also hinders employee performance, productivity and customer retention. Not to mention disengagement increases the high cost of absenteeism and turnover for a company.
Company growth is back, and companies need to ensure they don’t let employee disengagement limit it. Attend this webcast to learn the cost of disengagement to your organization and what you can do to mitigate it. Attendees will receive a complimentary whitepaper "The Cost of Disengagement to Your Company" which contains actionable insights and best practices.
Cindy Ventrice, author and employee recognition expert, drives home the point that employee recognition from managers carries more weight and is perceived by employees as more meaningful. She goes on to explain that mangerial recognition is often ...