Three Ways To Boost Employee Engagement

 If you’re concerned that your employees may be among the 84% globally who aren’t engaged at work, an easy, evidence-based way to find out is to ask them 12 questions, Gallup’s Q12 survey. (If you want Gallup to tabulate them for you and give you pretty charts and graphs, they’ll be happy to do that.)
If you want to start boosting engagement without asking those questions first, Gallup gave three main ways, based on their research:
  1. Hire talent–the right people for the right jobs;
  2. Nurture their skills–it builds their sense of purpose as well as abilities;
  3. Enhance their wellbeing–in body, mind, emotion, and sense of meaning.
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You may not be ready yet to offer nap pods, treadmill desks, and free healthy food to your employees, but every journey to boost employee engagement begins with a single thought.

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