4 Ways Employees Can Improve Employee Engagement

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Employees that desire more engagement at work are responsible for their own engagement. In order to accomplish this, employees must understand that it is a team effort and be given the tools and power to do so. There are several ways that an organization can help employees become more engaged and have more control over it. Several studies have been conducted and the results are simple and powerful.

Key Takeaways:

  • Employees that have control over their own engagement tend to have higher levels of workplace engagement.
  • Allow employees to be autonomous, having freedom of their own work helps employees engage.
  • Provide employees an opportunity to do meaningful work to create a more engaged workforce.

“If your organization doesn’t conduct employee feedback surveys, chances are, it’s currently disengaged. Our study found 55 percent of disengaged companies don’t use annual engagement surveys.”


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