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Why is employee engagement so low?

According to a Gartner survey of nearly 3500 employees, less than one-third of employees feel engaged by their work. Engagement was defined as feeling energized, finding purpose, and feeling empowered. Dissatisfaction with how organizations respond to employee feedback contributes to disengagement. Lack of understanding about one's impact and career path within the organization also affects engagement. Click here for article.

  • Feedback Response: Only one-third of employees believe their organization acts on their feedback, leading to disengagement as employees feel unheard.

  • Impact and Career Path: Understanding how one's work contributes to the business and having a clear career path are crucial for engagement.

  • Benefits of Engagement: Engaged employees are more likely to stay, go above and beyond, and contribute more to the organization.

  • Management's Role: Managers are responsible for engaging employees, but many lack the skills to act on feedback. Continuous feedback and support from HR can help managers improve engagement through regular conversations and coaching.

  • Consistency in Management: Discipline and consistency in management practices are essential for fostering engagement, as effective communication and forming relationships with employees are key components of engagement.

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