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A recent survey revealed 70 percent of American workers are not engaged in their work, or workplace. As an HR professional, it is your job to recruit, on-board, and retain a high-quality workforce. What can you do to keep employee engagement—and retention—high? In an update of its State of the American Workplace survey, Gallup found only about one-third of employees are satisfactorily engaged on the job. Although management and C-suite executives appear to have a higher level of engagement, a disengaged workforce means declining profit, reduced productivity, and increased employee turnover. A comfortable company culture is a factor increasingly considered by potential hires. If your employee morale is low and turnover high, take steps to improve your workplace experience. Before you hire a consultant to investigate and realign your environment, consider these simple—but meaningful—tips for effective workplace engagement:
When companies are engaged with their workers, employees return that investment. Reduce turnover, and increase profit, by making the right hires—and keeping valued personnel aware of their importance to you. Should you be thinking about employee engagement? The answer is yes.