5 Ways to Engage and Retain Your Company’s Top Talent

Employers have an engagement problem. Earlier this year, Gallup released a survey that found while employee engagement was at its highest since 2000, the majority of employees are not engaged, including 17.5 percent who were actively disengaged from their work. Engaged employees tend to be more productive and it’s easier to retain them, while disengaged employees are checked out and may be looking for a new job. It’s a challenge for employers to keep their employees engaged. Drivers of engagement vary by industry, department and individual. No matter what they are at your organization, measuring the work you do on engagement is critical, says Tim Glowa, co-founder of Bug Insights. Simply boosting things you think will engage employees isn’t a strategic approach. Instead, survey your employees to find out what they find important, and then deploy your resources to make improvements. Repeat the survey often to see if you’re moving …

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