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March 15, 2016

Does Your Business Encourage Employee Engagement?

Engaged employees are more customer/client focused, more likely to remain employed in your business, and can drive your business’s success.  Below are ten tools that you should consider to enhance employee engagement in your company’s workplace.

  1. Revisit your employee orientation programs – create something new and interesting to make a great first impression.
  2. Develop effective and interactive communication programs so employees understand the full range of benefits available to them.
  3. Consistently and purposefully maintain a direct connection with your employees and encourage employee input.
  4. Install high-performing leaders skilled at developing and maintaining positive employee relations. Choose leaders who can motivate, support and effectively communicate with your employees.
  5. Ensure that you offer competitive wages and benefits and use a performance management system, including, if appropriate, performance reviews so that you can regularly provide feedback to your employees.
  6. Maintain safe facilities and an employee safety program that complies with state and federal regulations.
  7. Maintain an efficient, unbiased and fair open door policy to provide an avenue to address employee complaints with expediency.
  8. Focus on positive employee relations. Implement training programs for managers and supervisors on good management practices to develop positive employee relations.
  9. Regularly review and update employment policies and procedures, and communicate the changes to employees.
  10. Maintain fair employee promotion policies that are rigorously enforced to prevent departmental or management favoritism or discrimination.


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