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Employee Engagement in the Workplace

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Brian Quinn

on 3 December 2014

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Transcript of Employee Engagement in the Workplace

Prepared by: Andrew Matusheski, Brett Roberts, Brian Quinn, Cory Bachman, and Jennifer Murray
Employee Engagement in the Workplace
The employee's commitment to his or her organization and the willingness to perform beyond expectations
What is Employee Engagement?
A strategic plan to enhance our company
More enthusiastic, inspired, and effective employees
Purpose of Employee Engagement at Fast Times
Principles of employee engagement
From past experiences, how many of you felt like you were not engaged during work?
High production
Lower employee turnover
Better Communication
Employee Satisfaction
Immediate Supervisor
Improved Environment
Loyal Workforce
More fulfilling work environment
Better Behavioral Workforce
More insightful customer service
Become more likeable
Authorize in all areas
Differences between a good and bad managers
Engaged Managers
Unengaged Managers
How to make employees more engaged
Employee outings, getting social
Celebrate achievements
Themed work days
Employee Motivation
Give feedback
Empower Employees
Recognize and encourage innovation
How would it benefit Fast Times?
Production benefits

Increase production
Product service quality
Competitive advantage
Employee Benefits
Sense of vision
Employee attitude
less likely to seek employment elsewhere
Fast Times Benefits
Customer satisfaction
Move the company forward
Drives innovation
"Appreciate everything your associates do for the business. Nothing else can quite substitute for a well-chosen, well-timed, sincere words of praise. They're absolutely free and worth a fortune."
- Sam Walton
Employee Outings
Golf outings
Karaoke Night
Scavenger Hunt
Celebrate Achievements
Create a Wall of Fame for employee's excellence
Giving employees more lunch time
Personalized coffee mug
Clapon, P. (n.d.). 25 Employee Engagement Ideas. Retrieved December 1, 2014, from http://www.gethppy.com/workplace-happiness/25-employee-engagement-ideas/

Anitha J. , (2014) "Determinants of employee engagement and their impact on employee performance", International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, Vol. 63 Iss: 3, pp.308 - 323

Demerouti, E. and Cropanzano, R. (2010), “From thought to action: employee work engagement and job performance”, in Bakker, A.B. and Leiter, M.P. (Eds), Work Engagement: A Handbook of Essential

Building a Culture of Engagement: The Importance of Senior Leadership. (2012, January 1). Retrieved December 3, 2014, from http://www.dalecarnegie.com/assets/1/7/Building_a_Culture-_The_Importance_of_Senior_Leadership.pdf

Themed Work Days
Causal Fridays
Hat Day
Different color days
To make this successful we must:
Provide more support to employees
Have better customer service
Make the employees love their workplace
High Production
Motivated beyond personal factors
More focused than disengaged employee
Success of the organization in mind
Lower Employee Turnover
Quits the boss
Uncomfortable & Unwanted
Turnover rate Lessen
Better Communication
Communicate daily
Personal Relationship
Builds Trust
Take Advice
Take Advice
Involve others
Don't be stubborn
Boost morale
Does not inspire
Power Hungry
Makes you dread work
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