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Employee engagement

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Tea Kalaja

on 7 February 2015

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Transcript of Employee engagement

What is Employee engagement?
Categories of Employee Engagement
Importance of employee engagement
How to achieve employee engagement?
How to increase employee engagement?
Employee engagement ensures the employee's commitment to their organization’s goals and values, motivated to contribute to organizational success, and are able to enhance their well-being at the same time.
Employee engagement is a property of the relationship between an organization and its employees.
An "engaged employee" is one who is fully absorbed by and enthusiastic about their work and so takes positive action to further the organization's reputation and interests.
The engagement is determined by an individual's level of contribution and satisfaction in their role in the workplace.
Engaged employees are enthusiastic and they utilize their capacity, skills and discretionary efforts to make a positive and sustainable difference in a business. They are the right employees that belong in the workplace.


Higher Productivity
The higher the engagement of the employees is, the better it is for the company because it is more effort putted in a job
Innovation
The engaged employees give more innovative ideas and optimism in the workplace
Lower costs
Absenteeism from the unsatisfied
employees leads to less production,
thus loss for the company

1.Provide variety
2.Conduct meetings with the employees
3.Indulge in employee development
4.Communicate clearly and openly
5.Know employees interests and goal
6.Celebrate team and organizational success
7.Be consistent in your fortification
for engagement initiatives
Course: Organizational Behavior
Prepared by: Tea Kalaja
International Marketing & Logistics
February, 2014

Employee engagement and sustainability
towards
each other

ENGAGED
Employees work with passion and have a special connection with the company.
Perform at the highest levels
Give a maximum effort during their job
Are optimistic and full of innovative ideas to increase the productivity of the company
NOT ENGAGED
The employees put time to the job, but with no passion or energy
They receive no satisfaction while working
Have an unproductive relationship with the other employees or managers
ACTIVELY
DISENGAGED
Employees are very unhappy with their work
They undermine what the co-workers achieve
Cause "damage" to the organizations function
Communication
campaigns
Designing
innovative
ways to get
employees
on board
Developing key
engagement
messages
Stakeholder
engagement
strategy
Measuring
attitudes
and levels
of engagement
Communication
skills
development

Together, you can achieve everything!
CONCLUSION
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