Improving and maintaining employee engagement efforts is an ongoing challenge for organizations. A ‘one-size fits all’ approach just doesn’t work.
Improving employee engagement is no easy feat. It’s a constant effort to connect with employees as the world and the workplace changes.
Is evaluating internal communications metrics a strong skill in your organization? Internal communicators often face the battle of proving the business value and impact of communications to business leaders.
What would you do if your organization lost a quarter of its workers? Could you cope without one in four of your employees? That’s the reality of work today, as businesses face the threat of the Great Resignation.
Think of the company messages you’ve sent to staff over the last few weeks. Chances are, some hit the mark, but others didn’t. Why is this?
Employee engagement is the silver bullet for workplace success. When staff are engaged, performance is lifted across the board – customer satisfaction, employee retention, productivity and wellbeing.
One of the key business priorities for 2023 is rebuilding employee experience and engagement. Lack of engagement at work is costing companies an average of over $3 million every year.
With a reputation wrought with burnout and high-stress levels, it’s no surprise that the financial sector doesn’t have the best track record when it comes to employee engagement.
Why has it become so difficult to get employee attention for important matters? And is this connected to the worrying decline in employee engagement world-wide? Communication experts would argue it’s not for lack of good intentions or effort.