The different stages that employees pass through during their careers
Engagement preferences at each stage, including information needs (both in context and channel) and reward and recognition
How leadership behaviors and attitudes, organizational goals and an employee’s role influence employee engagement
How best to drive engagement across the organization to retain and inspire talent
Employees’ level of engagement can affect many business variables, including talent acquisition and retention; corporate brand; customer/client loyalty and satisfaction; and financial performance, growth and stability. Essentially, engaged employees are willing to go the extra mile for their company, customers and coworkers. However, two in five employees are currently completely disengaged from their employer.
With the diverse makeup of the modern workforce, a one-size-fits-all approach to employee engagement simply doesn’t work today. Two similarly-aged employees may be at completely different stages in their career and have varying preferences, challenges and motivators.